Introducing Technology to Senior Executives: Theory and Practice - A Case Study


Introducing technology to senior executives, whether the technology is networking, electronic mail or an executive information system, requires a special approach. The difficulties are compounded when the executives have little background in information technology and are using their computer, if they have one, as a replacement for a typewriter. This presentation was directed at individuals from institutions with "technology unaware senior administrators" and will cover the methodology and underlying theoretical base from a project at the University of Chicago as well as provide project highlights.

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