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The high-profile failure of major IT-related projects in both public and private sectors underlines the need for stringent change management. As businesses increasingly look to IT to enable that change, this book examines the types of business change processes that involve the use of IT, from the reasons organisations change the way they work, to how that change is managed and implemented. The intended audience includes business and IT executives, managers, professionals and expert users.
|Publication date:||16th May 2008|
|Publisher:||British Computer Society an imprint of BCS Learning & Development Limited|
|Categories:||Management & management techniques, Business mathematics & systems,|
Dr Sharm Manwani holds an MBA and Doctorate from Henley Management College, where he lectures on IT-enabled business change. He has held the position of European IT Director at two leading multinationals, leading large-scale international IT-enabled change programmes. He is a Fellow of BCS and has written extensively on business and IT-related issues.More About Sharm Manwani