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Information Management in Competitive Success

Pat M. Griffiths

Information Management in Competitive Success

State of the Art Report (State of the Art Report, Ser. 14, No. 7.)

by Pat M. Griffiths

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Published by Pergamon Pr .
Written in English


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Number of Pages362
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Open LibraryOL7311922M
ISBN 100080365167
ISBN 109780080365169

Understand how a fi rm’s human resource management practices can help it gain a competitive advantage. Understand why competitive advantage gained from human resource management practices is likely to be sustained over time. Undoubtedly, any organization’s success depends on how it manages its Size: KB. Citation information. Use the information below to generate a citation. We recommend using a citation tool such as this one. Authors: David S. Bright, Anastasia H. Cortes Publisher/website: OpenStax Book title: Principles of Management Publication .


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Author William McKnight provides the foundation and tools for information managers to set policies and programs for the improved management of information, while addressing.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Edited by P.M. Griffiths. Pbk. of: Information management. Description: xiii, pages. "A blueprint and action plan for a corporate information management strategy, this book is a useful guide for anyone who wishes to improve business success with technology.

Author William McKnight provides the foundation and tools for information managers to set policies and programs for the improved management of information, while addressing Cited by: 3. The article reviews the book “Managing Change for Competitive Success,” by Andrew Pettigrew and Richard Whipp. The article reviews the book “Managing Change for Competitive Success,” by Andrew Pettigrew and Richard Whipp.

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