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Description - The It Managers Survival Guide by Rob Aalders

Aalders and Hind fill the middle ground between technical systems management and strategic planning for information systems. This book addresses a gap in this market covering the technical and strategic planning aspects of IS/IT management. The IT Manager?s Survival Guide offers sound, practical advice on both planning and implementation of IS/IT including checklists and templates. This book will have wide appeal to all those in the IT/IS field plus general managers involved with the area.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780470844540
ISBN-10: 047084454X
Format: Hardback
(248mm x 180mm x 24mm)
Pages: 320
Imprint: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 25-Mar-2002
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Rob Aalders

ROB AALDERS has held senior strategic and line management positions in a variety of companies in Europe, Australia and Asia during 25 years in the IT industry. His strength lies in his ability to devise strategic plans for organizations and to define how they should be implemented. Aalders has carried out assignments for multinational and governmental agencies including Australia Post, QANTAS, the National Rail Corporation and the Hong Kong Transport Department. He has gained line management experience, mostly in the transportation sector, which gives a business focus and practical orientation to his strategic studies. PETER HIND of IDC works as a freelance analyst for the local IT industry. He runs InTEP executive forums for IDC in Australia and New Zealand and complements the resulting anecdotal research by conducting IDC's annual 'Forecast for Management' survey of around 8000 IS executives. A regular columnist for CIO magazine on both sides of the Tasman, he is passionate about taking the focus in IT off the technology and onto the better exploitation of information. Hind previously worked in sales and marketing with NCR Australia, Sigma Data and Unisys Australia.