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Length: 744 Pages
Authors: by Carol V. Brown (Author), Daniel W. DeHayes (Author), Jeffrey Slater (Author), Wainright E. Martin (Author), William C. Perkins (Author)
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7 reviews for Managing Information Technology 7th Edition – PDF Version
Nelson Johnson (verified owner) May 13, 2018
Great item. Fast delivery.A+ transaction. PDF file arrived shortly after placing order. Many thanks to Vumaistore
Great item. Fast delivery.
A+ transaction. PDF file arrived shortly after placing order. Many thanks to Vumaistore
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Book was great
Did not enjoy that every time I turned on my kindle I had to download the book again in order to continue reading it.
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Same as my prior experience when I needed the text for coursework. The digital PDF version is great for portability on any iPad or iPhone with a kindle or similar app. The text is a great reference resource for aspiring business professionals seeking a leadership career. Case studies are very insightful and gives the reader a sense of what to consider when researching a company, especially for a competitive analysis. I would recommend this text for students and business professionals.