Principles of information systems, 2nd ed.

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Stair, Ralph, Moisiadis, Frank, Genrich, Rohan and Reynolds, George. 2011. Principles of information systems, 2nd ed. Melbourne, Australia. Cengage Learning Australia.
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Principles of information systems, 2nd ed.

Book CategoryAuthored book
AuthorsStair, Ralph (Author), Moisiadis, Frank (Author), Genrich, Rohan (Author) and Reynolds, George (Author)
Number of Pages565
Year2011
PublisherCengage Learning Australia
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
ISBN9780170188456
Web Address (URL)http://www.cengage.com/aushed/instructor.do?disciplinenumber=1003&product_isbn=9780170188456&filter=Book&type=keyword_isbn&keyword_all=9780170188456&pageno=1&topicName=Search Results&dispnum=
Abstract

This second Asia-Pacific edition of Stair and Reynolds' renowned US text continues to provide business students with a solid grounding in the Principles of Information Systems. This book maintains a strong emphasis on business applications, and takes a management-focussed approach to the key concepts of information systems.

Keywordsinformation systems; information technology; computing
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390113. Science, technology and engineering curriculum and pedagogy
460905. Information systems development methodologies and practice
460909. Information systems philosophy, research methods and theory
Byline AffiliationsFlorida State University, United States
Macquarie University
School of Information Systems
Strayer University, United States
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