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Information systems management in Greece: issues and perceptions

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The changing nature of information systems (IS) management in Greece is examined, based on a survey of IS managers from leading Greek companies. The managers' views and perceptions regarding the key issues facing the IS function are discussed from the perspective of the needs and objectives of the business. The findings suggest that the main preoccupation of Greek IS managers is with strategic management issues, with somewhat less interest in people management and systems development issues, and less interest still in end user computing and technology management. With a few exceptions, these findings are broadly similar to those from the UK a few years earlier. The paper discusses the implications of the findings in the light of current US and Western European thinking.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/27494/

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