Preparing for Potentially Disruptive Business Model - Falck Forstør

Preparing for Potentially Disruptive Business Model - Falck (e-bog, pdf)

Af: Clemens Byager

Forlag: Samfundslitteratur
Format: pdf
Sprog: Engelsk
Serietitel: Cases on IT leadership: CIO Challenges for Innovation and Keeping the Lights on
Sideantal: 18
Dato for udgivelse: 2016-08-16
Nr. i serien: Chapter 5a
Medforfattere: Clemens Byager, Philip Hommelgaard Diekmann
ISBN-13: 9788759329016
Produkt type: e-bog
Filstørrelse: 3410 KB
Kopibeskyttelse: DigitalVandmaerkning
Bogtype: Ebog
Filtype: pdf
This book contains 14 cases with challenges confronting Chief Information Officers in the largest and most interesting Danish companies.

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This book contains 14 cases with challenges confronting Chief Information Officers in the largest and most interesting Danish companies, including the three most iconic ones: LEGO (biggest global toy manufacturer), Maersk (biggest global container shipping company) and NOVO (biggest global insulin company). It includes interesting cases from banks, energy, manufacturing, media, retail, gambling, hospitals, and government. The topics cover a range of key issues such as IT for disruption, coping with technological debt, IT challenges in acquisitions, outsourcing, IT security, creating open IT platforms, open innovations, and several other fascinating issues. The cases are especially relevant as teaching cases. All cases end with a list of possible key questions, a five minute video available for class or home study and a one hour video for in depth analysis of the case. Teaching notes are available for faculty.

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Preparing for Potentially Disruptive Business Model - Falck

Preparing for Potentially Disruptive Business Model - Falck

This book contains 14 cases with challenges confronting Chief Information Officers in the largest and most interesting Danish companies.