Information, Organization and Management
Information, Organization and Management is a comprehensive treatment of the economic and technical foundations for new organizational forms, relations and processes. It provides a wide range of underlying concepts and frameworks that help the reader understand the major forces driving organizational and marketplace change, rather than presenting these changes as simple outcomes of technological or management fads. 'The book has a heavier than usual economic bent, yet also considers the human cognitive aspects. The emphasis throughout is on the total concepts, with subsections at the end of each chapter describing the role of information and the implications for management. The content is well worth reading.' Paul Gray, Claremont Graduate School and University of California at Irvine.
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Both of these books explore personal stories of battles with cancer and share information on the nature of the disease, new treatments, and research efforts. It is estimated that 65 percent of those diagnosed with cancer will be disease-free five years after treatment and will continue to live disease-free. Healy (former director, National Insts. of Health; health editor, US News and World Report) begins with her own story and then describes what cancer is, how it works, and how it can be defeated. She explains how advances in research and technology result in greater accuracy in pinpointing tumors and limited side effects of therapy. In addition, she offers advice to patients and their families on finding information and support and securing the best possible care, and she advocates for increasing the pace of research.Nathan (pediatrics & medicine, Harvard Medical Sch.; former president, Dana-Farber Inst.) takes a look at cancer advances over the past 50 years. An opening chapter explains how cancer arises and the complexity of the disease. Through the personal stories of three patients, their treatment plans, and the risks associated with the specific treatments, readers learn of the history of treatment, successes and failures of therapy, cancer genetics, gene-based therapies, and promising new drugs. Both books emphasize that many patients will enter complete remission. Readers looking for inspiring cancer stories more than a handy reference to the disease would fare very well with either Healy's or Nathan's book; recommended for public libraries. (Indexes not seen.)Jodith Janes, Cleveland Clinic Fdn. Lib., OH
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