The focus of this book is on Strategic Diffusion of information technology in Jordanian Governmental Organizations. In particular, this book outlines a research journey that investigated the impact of management styles and managers attitudes on the diffusion of information technology. It argues that successful information technology diffusion requires a clear understanding of the organizational context including human and technological dimensions. Towards the establishment of this understanding, this book explores the management styles within a developing country context and the managers' attitudes towards IT. In particular, the interaction between management styles and information technology diffusion (Electronic government in particular) is the major theme in of this book. Relationships between certain demographic characteristics and managers' attitudes towards IT are also discussed.