Mohini Singh (Editor), Dianne Waddell (Editor)
«E-Business Innovation and Change Management»
Idea Group Publishing | ISBN: 1591401380 | (September 2003) | CHM | 350 Pages | 1.25 Mb
Demonstrating how organizations around the world are capitalizing on new technologies such as the Internet and the World Wide Web to develop e-business, this book shows how evolving e-business models, integrated solutions, and improved technological infrastructure are continuously changing the way business is conducted. This discusses the ways in which the e-business revolution brings new ways of dealing with customers and business partners, new revenue streams, new ways of processing information, and new organization structures. In addition, advice is provided on developing new skill sets, electronic supply chains, new standards and policies, new collaborations and adaptable business strategies.
Text provides a collection of scholarly research work, practical applications, and theory on e-business innovations and change management.
About the Authors:
Mohini Singh is Associate Professor of Information Technology and E-Business in the School of Business Information Technology. She earned her PhD in New Technology Management from Monash University, and has published widely in the areas of E-Business and New Technology and Innovation Management. Her publications comprise books, book chapters, journal and conference papers. Her presentations include keynote addresses and conference presentations at national, international and industry forums. She is the principal editor of 'E-Commerce Diffusion: Strategies and Challenges' Heidelberg Press, Australia; and 'E-Business Innovation and Change Management', IDEA Group Publishing, USA. She serves as a member on the editorial boards of the Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, The Journal of Education Computing Research, and Cross Cultural Management and International Journal. Mohini was the founding director of the E-Commerce Research Unit at Victoria University (1998 - 2000). She supervises PhD, DBA and Masters by research students and teaches in the Master of E-Business program. Her research interests are in the areas of e-business management strategies, B2B e-business issues, virtual communities, reverse logistics and IT innovation management. Mohini has also taught in the Master of Information Systems, MBA and DBA programs at Victoria University and MBA at the IESEG Graduate School, Catholic University, France.