|Title:||Managing in the Information Society (Developmental Management Series)|
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|Publisher:||Blackwell Pub; 2nd edition edition (August 1, 1990)|
Author : Yonesji Masuda. Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell. R.,590 on ( Rs. s may apply Shipping Charges).
Home All Categories Business & Investing Books Economics Books Managing in the Information Society (Developmental Management Series). ISBN13: 9780631175759. Managing in the Information Society. This book likens the impact of Information Technology on the world of business to the way in which steam power in the last century opened up new geographical frontiers. It charts the development of IT from the 19th century to the present day, and speculates on the changes it is likely to make in the future.
Developmental Management Series. By (author) Yoneji Masuda, Foreword by Professor Ronnie Lessem.
Series Statement: Development management. General Note: Rev. ed. of: The information society. General Note: Includes bibligraphical references and index. Personal Name: Masuda, Yoneji, 1909- Information society. Uniform Title: Development management. Download book Managing in the information society : releasing synergy Japanese style, Yoneji Masuda ; with a foreword by Ronnie Lessem.
Yoneji Masuda (増田米治 Masuda Yoneji, 1905–1995) was a Japanese sociologist whose early ideas on information and communication helped him become known as the "Father of the Information Society". His professional and academic activity played a crucial role in the strategic definition of a model for Japan technological society promoted public policy at the time was one of the pioneers in conceptualizing the idea of information society.
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The Information Society Series publishes original scholarship addressing the social, legal, and political implications of the Internet and new information and communication technologies. Laura DeNardis and Michael Zimmer. Books in this Series.
The Information Society Critical Concepts in Sociology. The goal of the plan he devised for the Japanese government, was: 1 An exception, in the United States, was the work of Gregory Bateson (1951). In the United States, James Beniger’s (1986) book The Control Revolution: Technological and Economic Origins of the Information Society underlined the implications of technological convergence, a development that is continuing to spark innovations in information and communication service applications.