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by Don Tapscott,Ravi Kalakota

Category: Internet and Social Media
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: Don Tapscott,Ravi Kalakota
ISBN: 0201604809
ISBN13: 978-0201604801
Language: English
Publisher: Addison-Wesley; 1 edition (June 1, 1999)
Pages: 378
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Ships from and sold by Seated Scribe Books. In our increasingly interactive age, however, it actually means much more. e-Business: Roadmap for Success, by Ravi Kalakota and Marcia Robinson, defines the term as "the complex fusion of business processes, enterprise applications and organizational structure necessary to create a high-performance business model.

Ravi Kalakota and Marcia Robinson present an innovative application framework that guides the migration from a traditional business model to an e-business model. Drawing on their extensive personal experience working with leading businesses, they provide a clear picture of the benefits and challenges that e-business companies face and identify the fundamental design principles for building a successful e-business blueprint. Today's managers are bombarded with an alphabet soup of technology acronyms such as CRM, ERP, and SCM. Managers must manage in the fog of this technology revolution.

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book by Ravi Kalakota. Most e-business books don't get into the IT implementation side. They often gloss over the details and difficulties associated with what it takes to get it done

book by Ravi Kalakota. They often gloss over the details and difficulties associated with what it takes to get it done. E-Business is not all about strategies and business models, it is about implementation and careful execution - one project at a time. This is more true in Fortune 2000 companies, which are just coming off large ERP implementations.

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Digital Business: The 10 Business Models for Success. Don Tapscott is ranked the 2nd most influential thinker in the world and winner of the Digital Thinking Award with son and co-author Alex Tapscott. Five Principles For Business Success in the Digital Age. Reinventing Talent Management for the Networked Age. 4P’s of Marketing. Jazz as a Metaphor for the New Model of the Enterprise.

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These books illustrate and explore how information technology can be aligned with business practices to achieve business goals and support business imperatives. Addison-Wesley has created this innovative series to empower you with the benefits of the industry experts' experience. Sid Adelman, Larissa Terpeluk Moss, Data Warehouse Project Management. Ravi Kalakota and Marcia Robinson, e-Business . : Roadmap for Success. Greg Laugero and Alden Globe, Enterprise Content Services: Connecting Information and Profitability.

Part of the Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series series

Part of the Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series series. Sorry, this book is no longer in print. Because this book contains information on many companies struggling with their e-business initiatives, we would like to thank them all for their hard work as they continue to tackle this tough issue.

e-Business: Roadmap for Success This product is part of the following series. Marcia Robinson is the cofounder and president of e-Business Strategies.

e-Business: Roadmap for Success. Ravi Kalakota, University of Rochester. This product is part of the following series. Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. She has extensive experience in the service delivery and customer side of e-business for the financial services industry. Dr. Ravi Kalakota is a pioneer in the area of e-commerce.

Surveys how some successful companies have redesigned their structure and practices to do business on the Internet, and glean from them fundamental design principles for building an electronic business blueprint. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Comments to eBook E-Business: Roadmap for Success (Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series)
kewdiepie
I read this for as a text for a course in ECommerce and I enjoyed the candid dialogue that the author used in this book. The examples and ideas are not outdated. Not a how to book, but more of a these are the main business concepts and opportunities you can benefit from, book.
Really enjoyed it.
Karon
good
Ballalune
I found it a good book for my subject. It contains interested topics in e-business and covers basic understanding of e-business trends.
Steel_Blade
I received the product in a better condition than I expected as well as well before the arrival date. Best service,
Grotilar
An excellent book is one that makes you think, wonder, and question your assumptions. This is precisely that book when it comes to E-business. This book's focus on strategy AND technology makes it stand out of the crowd. It was in this author's work in 1995 that we first began to hear about electronic commerce. This pioneering, insighful, and forward thinking characteristic is clarly visible in this revision. Although I owned the previous edition, the additions since the last edition made it a worthy acquisition for my personal collection. The power to think beyond the immediate---an obsession that led to the burst of the dot-com bubble--is emphasized here. In applying the author's frameworks, the collaboration between Napster and Batrlesmaan was quite predictable. The chapter on trading digital goods alone is worth the price of this book. This book takes a remarkably cautionary approach that suggests that strategies of "examples" are still examples, not strategies by themselves. Don Tapscott emphasizes this in the introduction to this book. This book helps you think in terms of carving your own roadmap. Having built your own roadmap translates to the inability of competitors to "copy" your approach. This is certainly a book that is ahead of our times, and worth every penny of the 30ish bucks that is costs. Everytime I read a certain section, I can immediately relate to the latest issue of Business Week and its e-biz sectioin reports on terrible failures and envied successes. Read it, reread it, dog ear it, and put it under your pillow for a goodnight's sleep. Very, very, very highly recommended.
deadly claw
The central idea of this book is that ebusiness exists on top of a foundation of other software technologies. These technologies are Enterprise Resource Planning software, Supply Chain Management, Selling Chain Management, e-Procurement and Customer Relationship Management software. These foundation software techologies need to be implemented in a company before making the decision to implement an e-business infrastructure ( in a way the core techologies are the e-business infrastructure ). The book focuses each chapter on a core techology and also includes chapters on e-business strategy and tactics. Another central theme of the book is that business strategy and the core business ideas of revenue ,cost and profit should drive the development of e-business in a company. Technology implementation for the sake of techology and without specific business objectives (ie run by the IT department) is strongly opposed in the book. This second edition of E-business extends on the ideas of the first and provides more up to date examples. However, one thing that is missing is more detailed information on the wide variety of software packages that make up the ebusiness infrastructure and then examples of companies using them. For anybody interested in e-business required reading.
Anazan
Number of reviews this book received is an indicator, e-Business is one biggest challange all sorts of companies are facing now. I enjoyed reading the book, agreed with most, disagreed some, and definetely learned lot. It may not be perfect but definetely the best e-Business book in market. My investment in time and money paid of as good as Nasdaq. Authors covered all ERP modules in detail, a great tutorial for a novice. Also, they carefully reviewed integration problems, and pitfalls of home grown software, but they left the interface of the packaged software to the owner. In my opinion this book is a good reading for all, beginner and expert. It state clear definitions of e-Commerce, e-Business, CRM, etc. I also enjoyed reading the book reviews here. It is interesting to see diversity which is good. I don't know if authors could reply to reviews? I promise you that big-dumb companies (as one reviewer attributes) did not grow big by being dumb, and they will not all become big.dot companies. Although they are investigating into e-Business, there will be t- businesses here years to come. At least until "Jetson's" life style become a reality. SAP is given as an example throughout the book possibly because SAP has largest market share in ERP, and is actively working towards bringing e-Business solutions. And may be because authors have experience in using the SAP, just like most consultants are. And yes, there is an area (or module) the authors did not cover is PP-PI which is production planning. PP will be the most difficult part of business to integrate into e-business. I gave this book five star and anxiously waiting for a new addition. BTW, wouldn't be great to hire that 5th grader who can write a five star books?
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