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Effects of IT on Enterprise Architecture, Governance and Growth


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Language: brazilian portuguese

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José Carlos Cavalcanti is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics of the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) (Pernambuco, Brazil) and teaches Economics at the Center of Informatics of this university. He has a Civil Engineering undergraduate degree from the UFPE (Pernambuco/Brazil), a MSc degree on Urban and Regional Planning from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), and a PhD degree on Economic History from the Manchester University (Manchester, England). His research focuses on technology (particularly information and communication technologies) and innovation economics. He has published many articles in the fields of economics and information systems in Brazil and elsewhere. He has several years of experience in government positions and undertakes consultancy work.

As technology continues to evolve in organizations, it is vital to understand the impact that these advances will have on different aspects of the business environment as well as the opportunity for further improvement.

Effects of IT on Enterprise Architecture, Governance, and Growth explores the influence of emerging technology on different viewpoints associated with contemporary enterprise. Emphasizing an interdisciplinary approach to the comprehension of organizational structure and dynamics, this book is an inclusive reference source for enterprise analysts, business managers, and IT managers, as well as upper-level students interested in a new framework for understanding business enterprise in the new digital era.