January 23, 2013
Chapter 7: Social Media, Peer Production, and Web 2.0
A new generation of Internet applications is enabling consumers to participate in creating content and services
online. Examples include Web 2.0 efforts such
January 30, 2013
Chapter 11: The Data Asset: Databases, Business Intelligence, and Competitive Advantage
The amount of data on corporate hard drives doubles every six months.
In many organizations, available data is not explo
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The Intelligent Knee Sleeve:
ACL rupture is a common injury for Athletes. The intelligent knee sleeve
could help detect risky movements of athletes and prevent ACL injuries
before incurring (Munro, B., Campbell, T., Wallace, G., & Steele, J. (2008).
16 January 2013
Chapter 1: Setting the Stage- Technology and the Modern Enterprise
1.1 Techs Tectonic Shift: Radically Changing Business Landscapes
Shift towards technology is reshaping industries and redefining required skills
Computing and te
March 20, 2013
Chapter 9: Understanding Software: A Primer for Managers
Software refers to a computer program or collection of programs. It enables computing devices to
You can think of software as being part of
March 6, 2013
Chapter 2: Strategy and Technology: Concepts and Frameworks for Understanding What
Separates Winners from Losers
Technology can be easy to copy, and technology alone rarely offers sustainable advantage.
February 27, 2013
Chapter 5: Moores Law: Fast, Cheap Computing and What It Means for the Manager
Moores Law applies to the semiconductor industry. The widely accepted managerial
interpretation of Moores Law states that for the
February 20, 2013
Chapter 9.3: Application Software
Application software focuses on the work of a user or organization.
Desktop applications are typically designed for a single user. Enterprise software supports
multiple users in an organization