In the past, the major focus of most information systems programs has been on the procedures and applications of computer-based information systems. The overemphasis on the hardware and software used to process data has resulted in the preparation of glorified information systems professionals who lack the understanding that computer systems are among many tools utilized in the processing and management of the information resource. The primary focus of information systems education should be on information resource management, rather than just information systems management.
"Information Resources Management: A Missing Course in Information Systems Programs,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 1
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