This specific ISBN edition is currently not available.View all copies of this ISBN edition:
Countown to Crisis 2000 is a fictional account of some of the disasters which may occur with respect to computer failure as we enter into the new millenium. The separate anecdotes are cleverly tied together to create an interesting rendition of what could happen as we move toward year 2000. This vivid, exciting, descriptive novel includes plenty of action and adventure while enlightening readers to some of the dangers and problems we may be facing in less than a year.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.
John Day was described as a change agent long before the phrase became fashionable. Formerly trained in Physics and Accountancy he combines his intuitive nature with a high level of analytical skills. His track record represents a passion for building a winning team and then driving for superior results.
John's career has covered all aspects of finance, accountancy, and information systems on an international scope. He is comfortable with ambiguity and uses his self-reliant style to achieve closure to business issues. In one period of six years the company he worked for fought off a hostile takeover, was acquired, merged with a foreign company, split into three global businesses and subsequently sold to six separate companies.
Known for his creative approach John has received several recognition awards for new product design, product acquisition and new systems development. He has had several business articles printed; covering IS measurements and automated selling systems.
With his recent completion of his novel, Countdown to Crisis 2000, John has added "noted author" to his list of impressive accomplishments. The book is a direct result of his experience and knowledge from implementing a solution to the Year 2000 issue in a major global company.
A native of Great Britain John is a graduate of London University and a Fellow Member of the Institute of chartered Accountants. He has also attended executive courses at Insead, Cornell, Columbia and Stanford.
"About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.
Book Description Oscar Pub, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1893024504