Advances in information provision have led organizations to attempt to develop IS/IT strategies which interrelate with their business strategies and which together support corporate missions. Strategic information systems planning (SISP) has become an accepted part of the overall corporate strategic planning process. The proliferation of methods and the variations in satisfaction indicate a need to provide a framework for classifying and comparing SISP approaches which will provide guidance on use and to explain why certain approaches are more commonly used than others. Develops a classification framework based on complexity and describes tools for using the framework. Provides indication as to the nature of a complete classification and comparison method for SISP based on complexity, scope and fit.
Rogerson, S. and Fidler, C. (1994), "Strategic Information Systems Planning: Its Adoption and Use", Information Management & Computer Security, Vol. 2 No. 1, pp. 12-17. https://doi.org/10.1108/09685229410058740Download as .RIS
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