‘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)… Read More »Common Viewpoints on ‘Productivity Paradox’
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,… Read More »Why public sector experience difficulties in developing an information systems strategy?
What business IT/IS alignment is There is no universal definition for IT/IS Alignment. It is the process that brings a degree of strategic intent and… Read More »Benefits and Challenges of Business IT/IS alignment
Strategic Management in the 1950’s started with business case studies and the works and theories of Druker, Selznick, Chandler, and Ansof (and others). Industrial economics… Read More »Evolution of Strategic Management from the 1950’s to the modern day