How useful are strategic plans for information systems?

  title={How useful are strategic plans for information systems?},
  author={Thompson S. H. Teo and James Soo Keng Ang},
  journal={Behaviour & IT},
Although much research has been done in the area of strategic planning for information systems (IS), relatively less research has focused on the output of the IS planning process, namely, the IS plan. This paper examines the usefulness of IS plans through a ® eld survey of 136 IS executives. Results indicate that IS plans are generally perceived to be useful for supporting business objectives, improving systems integration, exploiting information technology (IT) for competitive advantage, and… CONTINUE READING

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