Global Enterprise Transitions: Managing the Process addresses the importance of information technology management and issues in operating information systems in the global dynamic business environment. This book embraces discussions of the global information technology theory, frameworks and IT architecture, discovery of global knowledge management, improvement of the global information systems development methodologies, and applications of the latest technologies such as mobile technology and web services in the global information systems development and operations.
Yi-chen Lan is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Computing and IT, the University of Western Sydney. Dr. Lan teaches information systems and management courses in both undergraduate and graduate levels. Prior to his current academic work, Dr. Lan worked in the industries for 5 years, wherein he held senior management responsibilities in the areas of information systems and quality assurance programs in a multinational organisation. Bhuvan Unhelkar has 20 years of strategic and hands-on professional experience in the field of Information and Communication Technologies. Bhuvan is also an internationally known expert in the field of software modeling and processes with four books and numerous papers to his credit. He brings a unique blend of industrial consulting and robust research together. Bhuvan is a senior academic at the University of Western Sydney. His interests are mobile technologies, web services and socio-cultural perspectives in ICT.
Chapter 1: Global Enterprise Transitions, Chapter 2: Global Enterprises - Visions And Structures Global Strategic Vision, Chapter 3: Systems And Processes Framework In Global Business Transition, Chapter 4: Enacting Global Enterprise Transitions, Chapter 5: Enabling Technologies For Enterprise Globalizations, Chapter 6: Case Study In Globalization Of Hospital Importance Of Tele Health