This paper provides an in-depth overview of the Applied Information Economics (AIE) framework.
This presentation provides a quick introduction to balanced scorecard.
<span class="Normal">This paper evaluates The Balanced Scorecard (BSC), Applied Information Economics (AIE) and Post Implementation Review (PIR) – for some inexplicable reason leaving out the other proud members of the framework alphabet soup – as IT Investment Management frameworks. The evaluation is done using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). </span>
This paper presents the results of a case study undertaken by the Federal Chief Information Officers Council to ascertain the applicability of Applied Information Economics (AIE) and the Balanced Scorecard in measuring IT value.
This report presents the results of Applied Information Economics (AIE) in action in a real life setting – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wanted to ascertain the implications of replacing desktops on an accelerated schedule. EPA used AIE to create a business case for this "investment". Here is the report from that study.
Which is better; Applied Information Economics (AIE) or Balanced Scorecard (BSC)? Read On…
Enclosed is an introduction to "Applied Information Economics" aka AIE. The author – Douglas Hubbard – provides the value proposition for the value proposition measuring framework! Good Read!
Applied Information Economics (AIE) is a method for quantifying the value of IT investments. This overview of AIE provides an overview of key IT decision problem, how AIE solves them and how AIE is different from other methods.