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Measuring and improving information systems agility through the balanced scorecard approach

@article{Rdiouat2021MeasuringAI,
  title={Measuring and improving information systems agility through the balanced scorecard approach},
  author={Yassine Rdiouat and Samir Bahsani and Mouhsine Lakhdissi and Alami Semma},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.07281}
}
Facing an environment increasingly complex, uncertain and changing, even in crisis, organizations are driven to be agile in order to survive. Agility, at the core heart of business strategy, represents the ability to grow in a competitive environment of continuous and unpredictable changes with information systems perceived as one of its main enablers. In other words, to be agile, organizations must be able to rely on agile enterprise information systems/information technology (IT/IS). Since… Expand
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