Contemporary Chief Information Officers: Management by M. Gordon Hunter

By M. Gordon Hunter

Modern leader details officials: administration stories explores the reports of up to date leader details officials within the usa, Taiwan, and New Zealand, who agreed to take part and to be pointed out by way of identify and corporate.

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Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. Organizing. Comments Introduction This chapter presents a description of the data gathering and organizing activities involved in the development of this book. The objective of this investigation was to document the comments of a CIO within their specific organization about their management experiences. Thus, a narrative inquiry approach was taken to conducting one-on-one interviews. To begin, some background information is presented which serves to place the investigation within a contextual framework.

Copyright © 2008, IGI Global. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. Organizing. Comments Introduction This chapter presents a description of the data gathering and organizing activities involved in the development of this book. The objective of this investigation was to document the comments of a CIO within their specific organization about their management experiences. Thus, a narrative inquiry approach was taken to conducting one-on-one interviews.

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