Managing Organizational Complexities with Digital Enablement in China aims to provide insights into the use of information technologies in organizations and government agencies in China. Edited by Shan-Ling Pan with contributions from academics across the world, this casebook contains 17 case studies which document experiences of utilizing enterprise systems and e-government initiatives in organizations and government agencies from China. These case studies feature companies such as Alibaba, Haier, COFCO, JD.com, and Tencent, among many others. These in-depth, well-written case materials will be helpful to students and readers with an interest in China studies and other related fields. They will also be useful to organizations and government agencies that plan to implement enterprise systems and e-government initiatives in the years ahead. Contents:Alibaba.com (Barney Tan)Haier (1) (Miao Cui)Haier (2) (Zheng Wang and Taohua Ouyang)China Mobile (Barney Tan and Carmen Mei Ling Leong)Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3 (Jenson Goh and Mei-Yun Zuo)Neusoft a SAP China (Derek Wenyu Du)Shanghai Tobacco (Barney Tan)China's E-Government (Adela Chen and Wayne Huang)Damai (Carmen Mei Ling Leong)Chang Chun Petrochemicals (Barney Tan and Tzu-Chuan Chou)360buy.com (Renamed JD.com in 2013) (Peiying Huang)UFIDA (Mao Mao)Tencent (Derek Wenyu Du)Wanhua Chemical Group (Elaine Jing Chen)Beijing Esky Technology (Taohua Ouyang, Hui Wang and Miao Cui)Zhejiang Cancer Hospital (ZCH) (Say Yen Teoh and Xi Chen)COFCO Group (Mao Mao) Readership: Business and Management undergraduates, researchers and practitioners who are interested in learning more about information technological and organizational complexities in China. Key Features:There are no other casebooks available that contain specialized information technology cases by writers which are based out of ChinaThe cases are succinct and accessibleIt is a good complement to China Studies students or researchers who are keen to learn about IT and organizational complexities in ChinaKeywords:China;Information Technologies;Organizational Complexities;Enterprise Systems;Alibaba;Haier;Haier Group;China Mobile;Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3;Neusoft and SAP China;Shanghai Tobacco;China's E-Government;Damai;Chang Chun Petrochemicals;JD.com;UFID;Tencent;Wanhua Chemical Group;Beijing Esky;Zhejiang Cancer Hospital;COFCO Group;Cases Studies;Information Management;Innovation Management;Knowledge ManagementPhase 1: Automation (1994a1997) aThe top management of Haier keeps on encouraging employees at IT department to set ... to introduce new technologies into the organization in an effort to replace manual work with computer-based work.
|Title||:||Managing Organizational Complexities with Digital Enablement in China|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2015-03-11|