Information, Technology, and Innovation by John M. Jordan audiobook

Information, Technology, and Innovation: Resources for Growth in a Connected World

By John M. Jordan
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The book is organized into 4 parts.  First, some basic facts about information economics, human behavior, technology platforms, and other facts of contemporary life are examined to set some context.  Second, particular technologies' trajectories are briefly sketched, with a focus of implications rather than mechanics.  The third section is concerned with how humans organize resources and do work in the changing landscape.  Finally, business model disruption and innovation will be the focus of seven case studies in section IV.    Traditional MIS curricula are being confronted with the need to explain non-technical criteria behind such dynamics as Facebooks explosive growth or the impact of mobile phones on developmental economics.  Traditional strategy formulations, meanwhile, fail to explain Linux, Apples App store, Groupon, or GPS.  This book attempts to bridge that gap, tying the technology to the business and social environment in an approachable, informed manner.

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The book is organized into 4 parts.  First, some basic facts about information economics, human behavior, technology platforms, and other facts of contemporary life are examined to set some context.  Second, particular technologies' trajectories are briefly sketched, with a focus of implications rather than mechanics.  The third section is concerned with how humans organize resources and do work in the changing landscape.  Finally, business model disruption and innovation will be the focus of seven case studies in section IV.    Traditional MIS curricula are being confronted with the need to explain non-technical criteria behind such dynamics as Facebooks explosive growth or the impact of mobile phones on developmental economics.  Traditional strategy formulations, meanwhile, fail to explain Linux, Apples App store, Groupon, or GPS.  This book attempts to bridge that gap, tying the technology to the business and social environment in an approachable, informed manner.

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Author Bio: John M. Jordan

Author Bio: John M. Jordan

John M. Jordan is a technology analyst and clinical professor of supply chain and information systems in Smeal College of Business at Penn State University.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 15.03
Audience: Adult
Language: English