W 3 . 2 Strategic Information Systems Frameworks

  • Published 2004


A framework for a strategic information system (SIS) is a descriptive structure that helps us understand and classify the relationships among strategic management, competitive strategy, and information technology. One reason for the abundance of SIS frameworks is that there are many different types of information systems (see Chapter 2 in the text). Neumann (1994) advocates the use of SIS frameworks and provides a detailed description of (and references for) the most important ones. Here we present only a few of the more important frameworks, basically to illustrate their role in the study of SIS. We introduce the following:

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@inproceedings{2004W3, title={W 3 . 2 Strategic Information Systems Frameworks}, author={}, year={2004} }