0 Using Flexibility to Enhance the Alignment between Information Systems and Business Strategy : Implications for IT Business Value Draft # 1

@inproceedings{Tallon20030UF,
  title={0 Using Flexibility to Enhance the Alignment between Information Systems and Business Strategy : Implications for IT Business Value Draft # 1},
  author={Paul P. Tallon and Wallace E. Carroll},
  year={2003}
}
While executives continue to rate strategic alignment – denoting the fit between information technology (IT) and the business strategy – as a key IT management issue, the rise in business uncertainty in the late 1990s may have given executives cause to question whether attempts to increase strategic alignment limit their ability to maintain strategic flexibility. How corporations structure their IT decisions has implications for how easily and quickly they can respond to events in their… CONTINUE READING
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