The role of enterprise information systems strategies enabled strategy-making on organizational innovativeness: a resource orchestration perspective
Journal of Enterprise Information Management
Article publication date: 25 July 2022
Issue publication date: 27 January 2023
The paper aims to establish the role of enterprise information systems strategies (ISS) enabled by business strategies for attaining organizational innovativeness (ORIN) mediated by performance (decision-making and business processes) under environmental turbulence.
The research framework is developed based on theoretical grounding and validated with the help of 408 responses from Brazil using SmartPLS path modeling.
The results of the research suggest that the resource orchestra of enterprise information systems strategy-enabled strategy-making can be a viable alternative to enhance innovation activities in the organizations through the mediated role of performance (decision-making and business process).
The research demonstrates the role of business function (information systems) strategy enabled overall business strategy-making for achieving innovations in the organization. Fortune organizations are exploiting the information systems strategy enabled business strategy for innovations in the organization; such as Amazon, Walmart, Costco, etc.
The proposed and validated model is a contribution to the enterprise information systems strategy theory. This model presents the role of resource orchestras in achieving innovations in organizations.
Yoshikuni, A.C. and Dwivedi, R. (2023), "The role of enterprise information systems strategies enabled strategy-making on organizational innovativeness: a resource orchestration perspective", Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol. 36 No. 1, pp. 172-196. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEIM-10-2021-0442
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