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Inter-Organizational Strategic Information Systems Planning (IOSISP) in Network Perspective: How Network Governance Influences IOSISP Effectiveness Evaluation of Healthcare, Government and logistic/Transport Industry Sectors in the Netherlands

Sulistyo, Pythia (2009) Inter-Organizational Strategic Information Systems Planning (IOSISP) in Network Perspective: How Network Governance Influences IOSISP Effectiveness Evaluation of Healthcare, Government and logistic/Transport Industry Sectors in the Netherlands.

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Abstract:Many researches have been done in Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP). Nowadays, the concerns of SISP have evolved not only in a single organization, but broader into network area, when more than one organization collaborate and formalize a network, where Inter-Organizational Information Systems Planning (IOSISP) emerges. The major challenge is then coordinating the collaboration between those organizations in effective ways. This is where network takes important part in the successfulness of Information System (IS) planning process. There are extensive network theories with regard to the accession of network effectiveness, from social networks to organizational networks. This thesis studied IOSISP in network perspective; we did literature researches on network theories and IOSISP, and propose a conceptual model for an effective IOSISP by adopting network governance theory. The main objective was to see that the knowledge of network governance could lead to an effective IOSISP and prevent from unwanted implementation issues in the inter-organizational context. The proposed conceptual model is validated through an evaluation of multi-case studies within three industry sectors in the Netherlands (health care, government and logistic/transport sectors). We argue that the performance or effectiveness of IOSISP implementation in those three industry sectors would be impacted by how networks are governed or structured and managed
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Computer Science MSc (60300)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/59274
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