6 edition of Open System Management Volume 4: Shifting the Organization/s Culture found in the catalog.
July 6, 2006 by Trafford Publishing .
Written in English
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Open System Management Volume 4: Shifting the Organization's Culture: A Self-Assessment Guide is a workbook that organizations can use to prepare for the in-house dialogue described in Volume Other volumes available: Open System Management Volume 1: Assessing the Human Services Culture.
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42) Networking and telecommunications technologies, along with computer hardware, software, data management technology, and the people required to run and manage them, constitute an organization's: A) data management environment.
B) networked environment. C) information technology (IT) infrastructure. D) information system. E) culture. In management studies, systems theory is an underexplored construct consistent with the dynamic capabilities framework. The systems approach received attention from management scholars in the middle of the last century, but, since then, has been largely abandoned.
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