Bridge That Gap

Wallsgrove, Ruth
May 2000
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;May/Jun2000, Issue 20, p12
Academic Journal
Focuses on the communication breakdown suffered by companies in their efforts to establish an information technology (IT) department. Lack of managers possessing skills that can provide a link between business and IT; Assessment of professional standards in the IT industry; Skills required of IT managers.


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