|Title:||Information Technology and Corporate Strategy: A Research Perspective|
|Keywords:||information technology;corporate strategy;information systems applications;management of information systems;competitive information systems|
|Citation:||MIS Quarterly, June 1986, pp. 107-119|
|Abstract:||The use of information technology (IT) as a competitive weapon has become a popular cliche; but there is still a marked lack of understanding of the issues that determine the influence of information technology on a particular organization and the processes that will allow a smooth coordination of technology and corporate strategy. This article surveys the major efforts to arrive at a relevant framework and attempts to integrate them in a more comprehensive viewpoint. The focus then turns to the major research issues in understanding the impact of information technology on competitive strategy.|
|Appears in Collections:||CeDER Published Papers|
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