Item description for Managing Information Technology in Small Business: Challenges and Solutions by Stephen Burgess...
In many countries, small businesses comprise over 95% of the proportion of private businesses and approximately half of the private workforce, with information technology being used in more than 90% of these businesses. As a result, governments worldwide are placing increasing importance upon the success of small business entrepreneurs and are providing increased resources to support this emphasis. Managing Information Technology in Small Business: Challenges and Solutions presents research in areas such as IT performance, electronic commerce, internet adoption, and IT planning methodologies and focuses on how these areas impact small businesses.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.92" Width: 7.42" Height: 1.05" Weight: 1.76 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2002
Publisher IGI Global
ISBN 1930708351 ISBN13 9781930708358
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Review of Book. Aug 19, 2002
This book is a timely contribution to a niche issue that has been under discussion for the last few years. In addition to some meassurement tools such a frameworks, models, approaches for IT use measurement in small business, the book builds its wealth of knowledge on the basis of ample case studies from different countries.
At first glance, I must confess some relcutance to reading the book. A quick scrutiny of the contents and whereabouts of the contributing authors did show a strong Australian followed by Canadian dominance. This reality can however easily be overlooked once one does actually read the book. Contributions in effect come from Australia, Canada, Italy, the United Kingdom, USA, Slovenia and Hong Kong. Most important of all perhaps is the fact that though country specific in some cases, the findings and conclusions are in fact quite generic and applicable at a global level.
If you are interested in knowing about the adoption, use, and management of IT in small businesses, then this book is for you. Detailed case studies present some key realities, challenges and solutions.