"Information has always been a critical part of the business equation, and now with the advent of mobility, its value cannot be understated. This book is a selection of short “real world” essays and case studies that focus on the nature of the interaction between business processes and information. “Essays on Business & Information II”, the second in the series, brings a unique illumination of business and information alignment. The author recants his considerable experience in this field in an easy to read short essay format using straightforward economic models—shedding fresh light on contemporary management issues.
Few books have been written that target the non-IT executive providing him or her, the knowledge necessary to align the information providers with the business requirements. This work seeks to take the mystery out of those IT systems managing that information. Moreover, its stand-alone, short essay format makes it ideal for reading on an airplane."