Linking strategic information systems concepts to practice: systems integration at the portfolio level

@article{Hamilton1999LinkingSI,
  title={Linking strategic information systems concepts to practice: systems integration at the portfolio level},
  author={Doug Hamilton},
  journal={Journal of Information Technology},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={69-82}
}
Surveys during the past two decades have consistently shown that many of the most critical management concerns with information systems arise at the portfolio, rather than application, level. Architecture-driven planning with a view to the implementation of integrated information systems structures has been widely canvassed as a means of dealing with portfolio-level issues, particularly the problems of inconsistent data and uncoordinated processes which have affected many organizations in… CONTINUE READING

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