Radovilsky contributed two chapters to The Handbook of Technology Management series. Image: wiley.com
CSUEB biz prof writes two chapters in new technology book
- April 20, 2010 5:45am
Zinovy Radovilsky, professor of management, contributed two chapters to The Handbook of Technology Management; a three volume set published by Wiley in January 2010.
Radovilsky authored “Enterprise Resource Planning” in Volume I: Core Concepts, Financial Tools and Techniques, Operations and Innovation Management and “Electronic Procurement” in Volume II: Supply Chain Management, Marketing and Advertising, and Global Management.
The publisher provided the following book description, “The Handbook of Technology Management offers a comprehensive handbook series with core information and technology management topics, practical applications, and coverage of the emerging issues in technology and innovation management fields. Edited by the renowned Hossein Bidgoli, with contributions from leading authorities in the field, the three volumes feature basic and advanced topics for students, educators, and practitioners.”
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