British Computer Society (BCS) Business Books

Kybernetes

ISSN: 0368-492X

Article publication date: 11 April 2008

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(2008), "British Computer Society (BCS) Business Books", Kybernetes, Vol. 37 No. 3/4. https://doi.org/10.1108/k.2008.06737cae.003

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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British Computer Society (BCS) Business Books

Article Type: Book reports From: Kybernetes, Volume 37, Issue 3/4.

British Computer Society (BCS) Business Books:

BCS is publishing a number of books that will interest readers in business cybernetics and management science. They include:

Global Services, Moving to a Level Playing Field, Mark Kobayashi-Hillary and Dr Richard Sykes, Global sourcing experts give an overview of how globalisation of the service industry is changing business and opening new opportunities to industries. A guide for managing finance and IT directors and purchasing managers in all Industries., ISBN 978-1-902505-83-1, Price: £25, Size 246£172, Paperback: 192 pp., Published: April 2007 www.bcs.org/books/globalservices

Principles of Data Management, Facilitating Information Sharing, Keith Gordon, A practical guide to managing data an increasingly important asset in all businesses. Invaluable for managing, marketing and IT directors and all business managers, ISBN: 978-1-902505-84-8, Price: £29.95 Size 246£172, Paperback: 274 pp., Published: May 2007, www.bcs.org/books/datamanagement

World Class IT Service Delivery, Peter Wheatcroft, A manual on reaching and sustaining best practice in terms of performance, delivery and outlook in IT services to avoid customer dissatisfaction. Essential for IT service managers, IT directors, managers and procurement specialists., ISBN: 978-1-902505-82-4, Price: £25, Size: 246£172, Paperback: 192 pp., Published: May 2007, www.bcs.org/books/servicedelivery

Readers will also be interested in books that are being prepared for publication with- the titles:

  • Digital rights management.

  • IT procurement.

  • Business focussed IT.

  • Information security management.

  • eBusiness strategy.

  • IT enabled business change.

C.J.H. MannUniversity of Wales, Wales, UKBook Reviews and Reports-Section Editor