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    • Excellence - 2000 and beyond 

      Heckmann, Mel M. (Northern Illinois University, 1994)
      In Search of Excellence, written by Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr. studies the excellent practices of a variety of major corporations. These are successful American companies that possess specific qualities ...
    • The impact of electronic data interchange on supplier/customer relationships in industry 

      Rodriguez, Ivette (Northern Illinois University, 1994)
      EDI, the exchange of business documentation in a structured machine-processable form, has changed the way industry interacts. Paper, at one time the only way to communicate and document anything, can be eliminated. Information ...
    • Implementing Geographical Information Systems to increase organizations' operational efficiency 

      Mantoan, Jon C. (Northern Illinois University, 1998)
      Geographical information systems can be used to increase organizations' operational efficiency. The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of what a geographical information system is, what it can be used for, and ...
    • The information age : America's so free they are in bondage 

      Beebe, David R. (Northern Illinois University, 1993)
      Although many may disagree, the conveniences of the information age do not outweigh the costs that it entails. These sacrifices include personal privacy, individual identity and ultimately the foundation of freedom that ...
    • Logstics in the banking industry 

      Nannini, Robert A. (Northern Illinois University, 1993)
      Logistics in the banking industry is generally an overlooked entity, which causes its effects not to be maximized. Bankers and customers usually take banking logistics for granted and do not realize the power of its ...