“IT vs. Productivity”: An Analysis

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Essay #: 054075
Total text length is 9,202 characters (approximately 6.3 pages).

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"IT vs. Productivity": An Analysis
Table of Contents
I. Executive Summary
II. Overview of Dell Computers
III. Synopsis of Results
IV. Extension of IT Solutions
V. Worker Productivity Issues
VI. Final Summary
Executive Summary
There is currently a lot of discussion in technology and business circles about the issue of worker productivity. One major issue under discussion is whether IT has made workers more productive, or whether the cost of the IT, in all its forms, outweighs the benefits of higher productivity. Examining this issue in the context of the computer manufacturing industry indicates that the incorporation of IT by manufacturers such as Dell Computers has resulted in significant increases in worker productivity at reasonable...
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.....e of business operations without imposing excessive costs.
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