Managerial Technology Evaluation

Selection of organizational design visual methodologies

por Daniele Gianni
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68 pages
Idioma:
 English
The book introduces a meta-process for managers who need to carry out technology selections. The book particularly covers visual methodology evaluation and also includes an example application.
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This book introduces a meta-process for managers who need to undertake technology selections. The meta-process is specifically calibrated for the selection of visual methodology for organizational design. However, the meta-process can be taken as starting example to carry out other types of managerial evaluation of IT technologies. The book also includes an example application to a fictional yet realistic scenario.

About the author

Daniele Gianni is a business educated versatile computer engineer who works at the intersection of IT and management. Gianni has worked for prestigious institutions in Europe, initially in research roles and more recently at the intersection of IT and management. Gianni received a MS and PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Rome TorVergata (Italy) and a MBA from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management (Germany). Currently, Gianni works as business systems analyst for an EU authority.

  1. About the Author
  2. Acknowledgments 
  3. Introduction
    1. Why Defining a Meta-Process for the Evaluation of Visual Methodologies 
    2. What the Meta-Process consists of
    3. Meta-Process Definition Approach 
    4. Structure of the Book
  4. Background
    1. Existing Visual Methodologies
    2. Burton’s Organizational Design Process
  5. A Meta-Process for the Evaluation of Visual Methodologies
    1. Step 1: Identification of the Visual Methodologies to Evaluate
    2. Step 2: Information Requirements Coverage Assessment
    3. Step 3: Methodologies Relative Positioning
    4. Step 4: Organizational Forces Analysis
    5. Step 5: Risk Assessment and Management
    6. Step 6: Trade-off Analysis and Formulation of Recommendations 
  6. Example of Meta-Process Application
    1. Organizational Context
    2. Information Requirements Coverage Assessment 
    3. Methodology Relative Positioning
    4. Organizational Forces Analysis
    5. Risk Assessment and Management
    6. Trade-off Analysis and Formulation of Recommendations
  7. Conclusions
  8. List of Abbreviation
  9. References
  10. Endnotes