What is the current state of Nissan's readiness (organizational and technical)? If Nissan is not "ready", what steps does it need to take to become so? Support your opinions by referencing sources such as the textbook or other internet research.
A step-by-step approach is as follows:
1. Analyze how people, information, and information technology help the company (Nissan) remain competitive in industry.
In 2003, both Nissan and Ford was named the one of "100 Best Places to Work in IT" by ComputerWorld
Companies were ranked on a variety of factors, including the company' training and development programs, advancement opportunities, turnover rates, pay and benefits, and the hiring and advancement of women and minority staff. What this says is Nissan, an automotive company, is committed to hiring and mentoring its IT employees and they are important to how the company operates.
-The company is also committed to improving their communications and systems processes. ...
The current state of Nissan's readiness for organizational and technical are examined.