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NEW RELEASE
E-Business
Innovation
and Change
Management
Edited by:
Mohini Singh, Ph.D., RMIT University, Australia
Di Waddell, Ph.D., Edith Cowan University, Australia


E-business is an innovation that brings with it new ways of dealing with customers and
business partners, new revenue streams, new ways of processing information, new
organization structures, new skill sets, electronic supply chains, new standards and
policies, new collaborations, the need for adaptable business strategies and effective
management of associated changes. However, e-business and change management
have often been addressed as separate issues by organizations, often leading to
disappointing results. E-Business Innovation and Change Management addresses e-
business innovation and change management issues. It provides an understanding of
the interdependence and synergy between the two issues and that a holistic approach
is imperative for organizations to survive in this new economy and achieve a competitive
advantage. The book includes chapters from leading academics around the world on
change management, which has been identi¬ed as an important barrier to e-business
success.

ISBN: 1-59140-138-0; US$79.95; h/c • ISBN: 1-59140-213-1; US$59.95; s/c
eISBN: 1-59140-139-9 • 350 pages • Copyright 2004



“This book contains substantive evidence that we can no longer separate the issues of e-Business
and Change Management. The authors of these chapters have highlighted the crucial need to have
an integrative approach to managing technology and all that it entails. “
- Mohini Singh and Di Waddell



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call 717/533-8845 x10!
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:00 pm (est) or fax 24 hours a day 717/533-8661

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Hershey • London • Melbourne • Singapore


An excellent addition to your library
NEW RELEASE

Digital Government:
Principles and Best Practices
Alexei Pavlichev, North Carolina State University, USA
G. David Garson, PhD, North Carolina State University, USA


E-government promises to mark a new era of greater
convenience in citizen access to governmental forms,
data, and information. Its advocates promise that not
only will e-government bring the convenience of online
transactions but it will also reverse citizens™ disaffection
from government, create dramatic savings, and reinforce
rather than erode traditional freedoms and liberties. E-
government, however, is fraught with challenges, and
limitations as well as opportunities. Digital Government:
Principles and Best Practices, written by a collection of
practitioners and researchers, provides an overview of
the management challenges and issues involved in
seeking a new form of governance - digital government.

ISBN 1-59140-122-4 (h/c) • US$74.95 • ISBN 1-59140-218-2 (s/c) • US$59.95
• 394 pages • Copyright © 2004



“E-government has emerged not merely as a specialization in public administration
but as a transformative force affecting all levels and functions of government.”

- Alexei Pavlichev & G. David Garson
North Carolina State University, USA

It’s Easy to Order! Order online at www.idea-group.com or
call 717/533-8845 x10
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:00 pm (est) or fax 24 hours a day 717/533-8661


Idea Group Publishing
Hershey • London • Melbourne • Singapore

An excellent addition to your library

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