Selected speeches from the Conference Board"s 1992 U.S. and European Information Management Conferences. The U.S. conference was held on Feb. 4-5, 1992, in New York City. The European conference was held on May 20-21, 1992, in London.
|Statement||edited by Barbara H. Peters and James L. Peters.|
|Series||Report / The Conference Board ;, no. 1020, Conference Board report ;, no. 1020.|
|Contributions||Peters, Barbara H., Peters, James L., Conference Board.|
|LC Classifications||HD9999.I492 M363 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||94163194|
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