International journal of information systems and social change

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international journal of information systems and social change

International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change, Vol. 3, No. 1 by John Wang

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The International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change IJISSC examines current, state-of-the-art research in the areas of information systems and social change, and the interactions, linkages, applications, and support of social change using information systems.
John Wang

International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change, Volume 10

Subscription price IJISCM covers information systems and change management theories, methodologies, modelling, processes and tools, highlighting management, problem-solving and strategies for dealing with business changes. Information systems increasingly change people's lives, including relationships, communications, transactions, data collection, decision-making. Changes in IT lead to innovation, new business models and services. Change management and how people deal with it has gained attention across various fields. The global dimension is emphasised to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the technological changes in the global economy. IJISCM aims to act as a forum for the exchange of innovative ideas and for sharing practical experiences in the information systems and change management.

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