Putting Information Technology To Work

by David Dery



Examines the effect of the use of programming resources for data processing on management. Models for centralization of the programming resources; Utilization of programming resources by functional and areal composition of size; Role of economies of scale in choosing appropriate location of data processing unit.

California Management Review

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