Common Viewpoints on ‘Productivity Paradox’

‘Productivity Paradox’ is the poor returns that many organizations experience from their investments in information systems. Or The productivity paradox (also the Solow computer paradox) is the peculiar observation made…

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Knowledge Management Models

“Knowledge is experience.  Everything else is information.” Einstein Knowledge Management (KM) is a process that helps organisations identify, select, organise, disseminate and transfer important information and expertise that are part…

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Why public sector experience difficulties in developing an information systems strategy?

A public sector organisation is one whose ownership, funding and operation are by the government or one of its agencies (Broadbent and Guthrie, 2008; OECD, 2006) For example Irish Defence…

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Analysis of Strategy of Disruption

The “Strategy of Disruption” is a theory developed by Professor Clayton Christensen (1997), which provides a framework for organisations for identifying potential emerging opportunities and challenges in the marketplace and…

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Dynamic Systems Development Model

In mid-1990's U.K. developed The Dynamic Systems Development Model as rapid application development (RAD) practices evolved. The Dynamic Systems Development Model stresses on continuous user involvement in an iterative development and incremental…

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