The development of an integrated strategic information systems planning framework based on current theory and practice

Carter, Lloyd J. (1993). The development of an integrated strategic information systems planning framework based on current theory and practice Master's Thesis, School of Business, University of Queensland.

       
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Author Carter, Lloyd J.
Thesis Title The development of an integrated strategic information systems planning framework based on current theory and practice
School, Centre or Institute School of Business
Institution University of Queensland
Publication date 1993
Thesis type Master's Thesis
Total pages 76
Language eng
Subjects 14 Economics
Formatted abstract
This study examines the importance of strategic information systems (IS) planning methodologies to the overall success or failure of an organisation's information systems function and consequently to the overall financial well-being of the firm. It is proposed that it is not the choice of actual methodology that determines the effectiveness of the strategic IS planning process, since this is a well researched area which many organisations have few problems with anyway, but rather planning effectiveness depends on some key success factors that are external to the actual planning process. The importance of these factors is examined and then assessed in the context of three case studies. The case studies support the proposal put forward as all three organisations followed a similar planning methodology, however their adoption of the "key" success factors was not uniform and a varying level of planning effectiveness existed.

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