Petter Gottschalk

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This research complements the existing knowledge on implementation by addressing previous research from three sources: (i) empirical evaluation of the plan implementation link in the theory of strategic information systems planning; (ii) integration of research literature on organisational practices in ̄uencing the implementation; and (iii) application of(More)
Available online 21 August 2008 Interoperability refers to a property of diverse systems and organizations enabling them to work together. The current exchanges are, however, often inefficient and error-prone. Improved interoperability between public organizations as well as between public and private organizations is of critical importance to make digital(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this research paper is to present a maturity model for IT outsourcing relationships. Design/methodology/approach – Based on organizational theories and outsourcing practices, this research identified cost stage, resource stage and partnership stage as maturity stages in outsourcing relationships. Findings – First, relationships(More)
Chief information officers (CIOs) have the difficult job of running a function that uses a lot of resources but offers little measurable evidence of its value. Line managers are increasingly assuming responsibility for planning, building, and running information systems that affect their operations. To respond to business and technological changes, CIOs now(More)