James A. Bosworth, Ph.D.’s New Book “Molecular Information: Theory and Practice” is a Pertinent Analysis of Molecular Information Systems and How to Use Them Effectively.

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Recent release “Molecular Information: Theory and Practice” from Page Publishing author James A. Bosworth, Ph.D. is relevant account of how molecular information systems can work to the benefit of a company instead of being a detriment to a business’s growth and productivity.

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James A. Bosworth, Ph.D., seasoned teacher and expert on information theory inside and outside of the classroom, has completed his new book “Molecular Information: Theory and Practice”: an informative guide and analysis of information systems and how to make them work effectively with clear goals and conscientious management.

Bosworth writes, “The goal here is to make the analysis and design of information systems easier and more logical. In no way is there a wish to add to the detail documentation or information-gathering requirement unless it will improve the understanding of the system. . . Recognizing the fact that most system failures stem from unclear or incomplete requirements and/or a lack of leadership and discipline, more emphasis has been placed on the early planning stages and control of the project.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, James A. Bosworth, Ph.D.’s timely work offers structural analysis and practical examples concerning the successful application of molecular information systems.

Information systems exist to answer questions from the user or to accumulate and filter data to provide a store of what stakeholders have determined to be of value for decision making or evaluation. It has been found that systems development often is done in an environment where the mission and goal are unclear, the budget is either nonexistent or ill-defined, and the project manager is not prepared for the effort. In the field of information science, there are two sayings that come to the professional mind when a system fails: “Garbage in, garbage out,” and “When you don't know where you are, any map will do.” “Molecular Information: Theory and Practice” provides a method that allows management to relate in a common environment with IT professionals. With the implementation of this method, IT staff can complete a new design or system upgrade on time and on budget.

Readers who wish to experience this practical and informative work can purchase“Molecular Information: Theory and Practice” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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