Mise en place d'un contrôle de gestion de l'informatique chez Hoffmann-La Roche, principes directeurs

Christophe LEGRENZI


In many large companies, the growth of end-user computing has led to a progressive loss of control of ressources involved in the IT function. Only increased transparency and the development of appropriate management tools will enable companies to manage the complexity of this function.


Information technology;Information management;Management;Controlling;Productivity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.9876/sim.v1i3.16

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