computer systems are seen as a prescription for productivity, but they
are frequently used as glorified typewriters.
|Exploding the Computer
shows companies how mismatching technology with business needs wastes
time and money. It explodes the myth that business computer systems
automatically improve bottom-line productivity.
in many cases, computers actually decrease the efficiency of
many business functions. In a non-technical language for the business
reader, this book lays out ways to transform information technology
from a time-and-money sinkhole into a key enabler of process
reengineering. Author Glenn Weadock presents a long-range plan for
making existing technology work day-to-day. Managers and directors
responsible for information systems are shown how to improve existing
systems while preserving their company’s business objectives.
Exploding the Computer Myth
Discovering the Thirteen Realities of High Performing Business Systems
by Glenn E. Weadock
Wight Ltd Pub, 1995