Understanding the key IT issues facing firms within their surrounding contexts is critical for the firm, government, and their international counterparts.
In response to the dominant and pervasive bias in Information Systems (IS) research towards American and Western views, the World IT Project is the largest study of its kind in the field. This book captures the organizational, technological, and individual issues of IT employees across 37 countries.
It enables management and staff to formulate business and IT-related policies and strategies. Likewise, it allows policymakers, governments and vendors to address important issues at the national level as well as to respond to the needs of partners and stakeholders in other countries. It also offers current and future academic scholars a grounded understanding of the international IT environment and provides a validated framework to launch many international IT studies.