Implementation of information technology in the free trade era for Indonesia.
Haga, William James
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During the 1990s and the early in the twenty-first century, the management of information technology in enterprises will undergo a revolutionary change in Indonesia. Previous changes were evolutionary and largely driven by advance in technology; the introduction of operating systems in the 1960s, the introduction of the minicomputer in the 1970s, and the introduction of personal computers in the 1980s. Now, both technology and business direction are driving information technology management to a fundamentally new paradigm Information technology is no longer exclusive for the information systems specialists. Line business managers increasingly take responsibility for information technology decisions, as computing and telecommunication is becoming more and more universal. By understanding all changes that may transform management and information systems, managers can anticipate possible weaknesses in their organizations. Given this phenomenon, managers need detailed information and a substantial source of references they can utilize to make decisions. This thesis explores a new paradigm of information system management from Indonesia's management perspective. Alternative approaches to solve a number of major problems that may help foreign investors to understand the business environment and culture will encourage Indonesian and foreign enterprises to invest in information technology. While this thesis is proposed for Indonesian future managers, it is also structured as a reference for decision making of information technology outsourcing based on the Indonesian culture, and possibly other Asian cultures
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