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Strategic Information Management, 3rd Edition by Dorothy E Leidner, Robert D. Galliers

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Part Two

Information SystemsPlanning

Having considered information systems (IS) strategy and its various component parts, we turn, in Part Two to that aspect of strategic information management concerned with information systems planning (cf., the shaded portion of Figure II.1 below) which, as already noted, we view as the means by which an IS strategy may be developed. We first place IS planning in context and then consider various approaches to and the process of IS planning. We conclude Part Two with the vexed question of evaluating the outcomes of the IS planning process. For further reading on IS planning see, for example, Earl (1989) and Ward and Griffiths (1996).

Figure II.1 The focus of Part Two: information systems planning

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