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Strategic Data Management: The Key to Corporate Competitiveness (Yourdon Press Computing Series) ebook

by Eric Garrigue Vesely


Strategic Data Management book. Published January 1st 1990 by Yourdon Press.

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Series: Yourdon Press Computing Series And this validates the most important truth of all: Data analysis in corporate America today proceeds from a relational paradigm

Series: Yourdon Press Computing Series. What is striking today from the perspective of a professional in the field is how heavily what is presented as object oriented analysis in this work truly relies on sound principles of relational data analysis. And this validates the most important truth of all: Data analysis in corporate America today proceeds from a relational paradigm. And so it will for at least the foreseeable future.

Strategic competitiveness is accomplished when a firm successfully integrates a value-creating strategy. The key to having a complete value-creating strategy is to adopt a holistic approach that includes business strategy, financial strategy, technology strategy, marketing strategy and investor strategy. The objective of the firm has to be based on creating value in an efficient way because it is the starting point for all businesses and it will generate profit after cost

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strategic competitiveness and earning above-average returns in the next century. It is possible-and fruitful-to identify major. by replicating it throughout the company so that.

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Strategic data management. the key to corporate competitiveness. Published 1990 by Yourdon Press in Englewood Cliffs, . Business planning, Electronic data processing departments, Management. Bibliography: p. 194-201. The key is to find the tool or method to feel each of the variables. You can use what I put here or any other thing you have at hand. ISBN-13: 9780875847160. The other thing that is very important: you do not need a hugh document.

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Strategic Data Management: The Key to Corporate Competitiveness (Yourdon Press Computing Series) ebook
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Eric Garrigue Vesely
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