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Author Weill, Peter.

Title Leveraging the new infrastructure : how market leaders capitalize on information technology / Peter Weill and Marianne Broadbent
Published Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business School Press, [1998]
©1998

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Description xv, 294 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Pt. 1. Creating Business Value through Information Technology. Ch. 1. Management Challenges of the New Infrastructure. Ch. 2. Rethinking Technology Investments: The Information Technology Portfolio. Ch. 3. The Evidence for Business Value -- Pt. 2. Identifying Opportunities to Create Value. Ch. 4. Four Approaches to Information Technology Infrastructure Investment. Ch. 5. Matching Views with Infrastructure Capabilities. Ch. 6. Management by Maxim: Linking Strategy and Infrastructure. Ch. 7. Using Maxims to Drive Change -- Pt. 3. Managing and Maximizing Value. Ch. 8. Business Transformations and Infrastructure Capabilities. Ch. 9. Making the Investment Decision. Ch. 10. Leading and Managing the New Infrastructure -- App. 1. List of Participating Companies -- App. 2. Checking Your Level of Alignment -- App. 3. Calculating the Components of Infrastructure View -- App. 4. Clusters of Infrastructure Services
Summary Leveraging the New Infrastructure offers a clear and accessible framework that will enable business managers - even those without a high-tech background - to make optimal decisions about the technology infrastructure that sustains their competitive edge. With Leveraging the New Infrastructure, managers can take control of the decisions that many have relegated to technical staff or vendors. Managers will learn how to assess their technology purchases and to tailor their IT portfolio to their firm's unique strategic objectives. This hands-on resource, complete with benchmarks and case studies, creates the common ground where corporate executives, general managers, and their technical advisors can meet, communicate their goals, and agree upon the best plan for achieving them
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliogrpahical references (pages [267]-281) and index
Subject Information technology -- Management.
Author Broadbent, Marianne.
LC no. 98011335
ISBN 0875848303 (alk. paper)