Harvard Case Study Far Too Ahead of the IT Curve by John P. Glaser


Case Study: Too Far Ahead of the IT Curve? by John P. Glaser

Read the case study and answer the following questions.

Write and Submit a 1,050- to 1,350-word paper, which explains what you would recommend to Peachtree to solve their IT problems as if you were hired as a consultant. Support your recommendations with references and outside citations. Address the following questions:

  • How did your opinions about what should be done differ before you read the commentaries, and after you read them?
  • Which of the commentators' opinions made the most sense to you? Why?
  • Which parts of the commentators' recommendations will you use? Which parts of your recommendation are unique?
  • Provide a full explanation of what you would recommend and why



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