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Page 14 of Educause Quarterly : EQ Vol. 7, Issue 3 [page]

1984 Educause Quarterly : EQ  
and users gain experience with office automation in their environments e |t may be insensitive to distinctive func- itic divisions and riorities for other visions and depart- he chief advantages of the  ...  multi- year Implementation Plan for Office Automa- tion.  ... 

Information systems management through office automation : An organizational and social perspective [chapter]

Jean-Paul Blasis
1978 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The emphasis is first on showing how office automation can contribute in designing manageable and controllable information systems from offices.  ...  This paper will attempt to show how information systems control could be taken over by managers through office automation.  ...  When EDP was introduced in organizations, its impact was initially most felt in accounting applications, and it did not have the broad effect on people that office automation systems, which reach almost  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-08934-9_78 fatcat:wd6ro2zgvbelvo2rsgv65fro7e

Information Technology and Organizational Change: The Role of Context in Moderating Change Enabled by Technology [chapter]

Mahmoud Watad, Sonia Ospina
1996 Diffusion and Adoption of Information Technology  
This study uses data from 140 Information Systems projects implemented in public organizations to analyze the role of organizational context in moderating change enabled by the introduction of computer-based  ...  Additionally, the findings indicate that while managers seek alignment between the organizational mission and the use of computer-based information systems, there is a narrow and limited application of  ...  Therefore, projects are divided in two groups, one is "first time automation" and the second "upgrade". to improve the structural patterns and task related factors in their organization.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34982-4_14 fatcat:d7owwovxzzf57bzriwnvadphya

The information systems management system

John A. Zachman
1977 ACM SIGMIS Database the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems  
A second and less tangible impact of the planning process lies in its effect on the productivity of the MIS staff.  ...  set of tightly interlocked estimates which lead, through successive steps, to plans for the acquisition and utilization of manpower and hardware and to projections for the operational planning period of  ...  Without an understanding of this management system, an I/S planning effort seems to be a one-time, stand-alone analysis that has no continuing impact on the organization and its ability to manage its resources  ... 
doi:10.1145/1040720.1040722 fatcat:gvnbndpgifdhnimotjrmu7sm44

Page 309 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1988 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
The type of construction organization has a significant impact on the system features required for efficient cost and resource analysis.  ...  On the other hand, if the office were to automate only one $500,000 project, then the speed required for data retrieval would not be as critical since project information would be more readily available  ... 

Perspectives for improving management speech communication and system organization of construction in the digital economy

Tatiana Bagdasaryan, Olga Kljuchnikova, Lev Melnikov, D. Rudoy, A. Olshevskaya, N. Ugrekhelidze
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
The active introduction of digital technologies has an impact on the development of all sectors of the economy.  ...  digitalization of the economy, both in Russia and in the world.  ...  The project activities are regulated by the "Instructions for the organization of operational planning of works and deliveries and construction control to network schedules based on the software package  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202127308093 fatcat:z275w4fu7bdhtmqlvw6wclt62a

Ranking the Factors Affecting the Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in the Office of Supreme Leader by Using Hierarchical Process (AHP)

Behcet Oznacar, Yucehan Yucesoy
2020 Journal of Management and Accounting Studies  
the successful implementation of ERP systems and their importance and ranking in relation to the office of Supreme Leader.  ...  Today's organizations need the knowledge and resources to manage their organization and human resources in order to achieve success and power of competition.  ...  their impact.  ... 
doi:10.24200/jmas.vol7iss03pp60-69 fatcat:yusatahuwzattma4mjt2x35kha

Computerized Enterprise Resource Planning Strategy and Revenue Collection: A Government of Kenya Program

Irene Chelangat Ngeno
2017 International Journal of Innovative Research & Development  
The paper investigate computerized enterprise resource planning strategy on revenue collection. It looks in-depth into automation and integrated internal control process on revenue collection.  ...  A sample size of 28 senior county officers and 74 support staff from Kericho County Government obtained from target of 30 senior revenue staff and 90 support staff.  ...  It also support by the contextual literature on automation and integrated internal control.  ... 
doi:10.24940/ijird/2017/v6/i10/oct17080 fatcat:3xk2ye5fjradvjricext6y654e

Strategic information technology management: the city of Anaheim technological initiatives

K. Schildt, S. Beaumaster
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
The strategic management of IT must take into account the differing value sets among its organizational and political members and how these differing motivations impact the management of the IT infrastructure  ...  The paper begins by proposing a model of the IT strategic planning process that occurs in municipal environments and then details several IT initiatives of the municipality in relation to the proposed  ...  In their study the researchers found five reasons for the problems that were occurring with IT planning: (1) managers tended to view IT as operational tools and did not recognize their impact on the organization  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265309 dblp:conf/hicss/SchildtB04 fatcat:3psx3csvjbfj5ioyn3hlagsqie

Office-Party

Brittany Utting, Daniel Jacobs
2020 ARQ (Santiago. Impresa)  
In addition to new software protocols and office componentry enhancement, the project also included a patent application, one of the most dominant codes of office planning and desking design.  ...  Initially the bürolandschaft system appears to be an organic, scattered, and random array of desks in an open plan office.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0717-69962020000200104 fatcat:t5awkgh37zfh5fcy6ocd226yqm

The features and impact of the paperless office, with specific reference to the City of Johannesburg

M. Hattingh
2001 South African Journal of Information Management  
The focus on business processes and their automation is preparing organizations for e-commerce in the new economy.  ...  Project planning and allocation of resources Against this background the project had to be planned by breaking it down into tasks, defining the linkages and sequences and allocating responsibilities to  ...  The user hereby waives any claim he/she/they may have or acquire against the publisher, its suppliers, licensees and sub licensees and indemnifies all said persons from any claims, lawsuits, proceedings  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v3i3/4.147 fatcat:l55q2ftkhvfzpdicuqkrounatu

Page 39 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 33, Issue 4 [page]

1982 Journal of Systems Management  
Areas explored include: technological change and human resources, such as the impact of new technology on employment levels and structures ® external labor markets and organization planning, such as integrated  ...  Topics include: the organization of data base administration ®@ data base planning @ data base design @ data base operation and control © managing the user interface ®@ case histories.  ... 

Quality Enhancement In Office Management Of Higher Education Institutions Through Innovations & Best Practices

Reshma, S. Ai Thal P.
2015 Zenodo  
Innovations and best practices used in office systems during automation will improve the quality of the services delivered by the organizations to their stakeholders.  ...  Office automation is intended to provide elements which support to simplify, improve and automate specified activities of the organization.  ...  Daily Planning & Reporting of Office Staff Office staff members plan and execute their work daily.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.61638 fatcat:rng2rxxawfbuhk5oqjys5qf7ei

The Totally Integrated Management Information System in 1960s Sweden [chapter]

Gustav Sjöblom
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
step in the evolution of office rationalization: from the automation of clerical routines to the automation of decision-making.  ...  A survey of the MIS projects at Volvo, Saab, Asea and SAS shows that in practice these projects had limited ambitions to provide executive information, were scaled down owing to early problems and resulted  ...  I would also like to thank Thomas Haigh, my colleagues within the project, "Precursors of the IT Nation: Computer Use and Control in Swedish Society, 1955-1985," and the participants of HiNC3 for comments  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23315-9_10 fatcat:kak7aublm5e5jlhzygdcs24kwa

Business process prioritization criteria: a case study in the financial market

Robson Porfírio dos Santos, Thaiane Martins Salgado, Veridiana Rotondaro Pereira
2021 RAUSP Management Journal  
improvement projects.  ...  Findings The results confirm criteria mentioned in the literature, such as financial aspects and strategic impacts, but also raised a new critical issue: automation potential of manual processes, reflecting  ...  , controls (RQ4) and criteria (RQ2) were used and whether these variables matched the literature on prioritization criteria for projects and, finally, what impacts they caused (RQ5).  ... 
doi:10.1108/rausp-07-2020-0155 fatcat:4a2j5v32nfhordbfxpmqpgdlzu
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