Issues in information systems planning

  title={Issues in information systems planning},
  author={Albert L. Lederer and Aubrey L. Mendelow},
  journal={Information & Management},
Numerous difficulties face information systems managers as they develop IS plans. Three nominal group technique sessions used IS practitioners from different levels of management to identify specific difficulties. The findings indicate a wide variety of problems faced by these managers. Top IS managers were concerned most with learning the objectives of top general management. Middle IS managers were concerned most with adopting a methodology for planning. Operating IS managers were concerned… CONTINUE READING

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