Information Systems for Managers is a text for MBA and other managerially-oriented courses on Information Systems.
As with the first edition, the main focus of the book is on the strategic role of information systems in the modern firm and the design and implementation of IT-dependent strategic initiatives.
It is NOT about IT and how IT works. Rather, this book is about the information system and information technology resource and how it should be optimally deployed to achieve the objectives of an organization.
Chapter opening mini-cases and many examples and quotes help keep students engaged, and full-length end-of-chapter cases were designed to enable students to use the frameworks and debate the issues covered in the chapters.