Paradigm Shift (1993)

The New Promise of Information Technology

Everywhere organizations are attempting to “reinvent” themselves.

The old, unresponsive bureaucracy simply doesn’t work in today’s volatile, open, global business environment.

However, the computing systems in today’s organization seem unable to deliver the goods for corporate rebirth. They are limited in function, and expensive, and seem to take forever to change.

Here’s a book that explains how a new era of technology can enable the transition to the new enterprise and business success. It shows managers and professionals with little or no technical background how to take action to achieve short-term benefits of this technology and position their organizations for long-term transformation.

 

Reviews

Businessweek
Businessweek
Fascinating. An insightful, data-rich analysis with broad implications for managers, marketers and politicians
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
An optimistic view of how humans are evolving to engage with technology
The Economist
The Economist
A portrait of this generation that is entertaining, optimistic, and convincing
The New York Times
The New York Times
“A must read… if you understand the Net Generation, you will understand the future.
Paradigm Shift

Authors: Don Tapscott, Art Caston

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

Published: 1993

Length: 342 pages

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