The management of the information society demands a global as well as interdisciplinary perspective. This book is designed with such contributions in mind. The first section examines the need for reassessing how technology interfaces with humans in the workplace. The authors advocate that the planners and managers in any organizational environment must take into account the dynamic forces that guide the interaction between the information technology and workers. In the second section the authors examine the political, economic and productivity issues involved in managing information. They suggest a myriad of approaches, all leading to the effective use of communication and information systems in health care, manufacturing, banking, mass politics, general economic development and worker productivity. The final section deals in depth with recent issues involving international trade and information policy. The authors shed national communication policy, telematic reindustrialization, transborder data flows and the strategy for developing telecommunications sectors in the third world.
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