Crafting and Shaping Knowledge Worker Services in the Information Economy
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This book offers a hands-on approach to prepare businesses for managing the impact of technology transformation by the pragmatic, consistent, and persistent application of proven business principles and practices. Technology is rapidly transforming our businesses and our society. Knowledge worker roles are being impacted, and as operations are being automated, business models are changing as the use of cloud-based services lowers costs and provides flexibility. This book provides a guide towards managing the environment of uncertainly caused by the rapid changes in technology by combining strategy and leadership to influence the environment, instil the right behaviours, and strengthen the skills that will enable businesses to be adaptive, responsive, and resilient.
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Crafting and Shaping Knowledge Worker Services in the Information Economy, Palgrave Macmillan, 566 p.
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Sherringham, Keith and Unhelkar, Bhuvan, "Crafting and Shaping Knowledge Worker Services in the Information Economy" (2020). School of Information Systems and Management Sarasota Manatee Campus Faculty Publications. 74.