3 edition of Personal information systems for strategic scanning in turbulent environments found in the catalog.
Personal information systems for strategic scanning in turbulent environments
Omar A. El Sawy
by Center for Futures Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Southern California in Los Angeles
Written in English
|Statement||by Omar A. El Sawy.|
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Strategic information systems and technology planning provides a framework that can help organizations recognize and harnessing these opportunities that are arising out of technology turbulence. Strategic information systems and technology planning is valuable to organizations in such environments where the pace of doing business keeps going up because it reflects a . Information Systems (IS) Information Systems is systems comprising of people, processes and technology to process data into meaningful and interpretable information. This system aims at assisting management and business operations in making business decisions and .
Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. From IT leveraging competence to competitive advantage in turbulent environments: The case of new product development. PA Pavlou, OA El Sawy Personal information systems for strategic scanning in turbulent environments: can the CEO go on-line? OA El Sawy. MiS Quarterly, objectives. Today, improved strategic information systems planning is the most critical issue facing information systems. Strategic information systems planning plays a major role that makes huge contributions to businesses and other organizations. In this paper, an overview of Strategic Information Systems.
Experiences in Strategic Information Systems Planning* By: Michael J. Eari London Business Schooi Sussex Piace Regents Park London NW1 4SA, England Abstract Strategic information systems planning (StSP) re-mains a top concern of many organizations. Ac-cordingly, researchers have investigated StSP practice and proposed both formal methods and. Omar El Sawy () "Personal Information Systems for Strategic Scanning in Turbulent Environments: Can the CEO Go On-Line?," MIS Quarterly. Omar El Sawy, J. Evans () "A Comparison of Surprise Management Methods Used by Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs: Implications for Strategic Management," Summary in Proceedings of the Strategic.
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Abstract. Empirical evidence suggests that scanning for information becomes an increasingly salient activity for top executives as enviromental turbulence increases.
A critical part of scanning for top executives in such environments is scanning to identify strategic threats and opportunities. This is the focus of this papen We seek to understand the strategic scanning behaviors of top executives in order to provide some guidelines for designing computerbased systems Cited by: Recommended Citation El, Omar.
"Personal Information Systems for Strategic Scanning in Turbulent Environments: Can the CEO Go On-Line?,"Cited by: ElSawy, O.A., “Personal Information Systems for Strategic Scanning in Turbulent Environments: Can the CEO Go Online?” MIS Quart, 9(1),CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 5.
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CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS PAPERS "Personal Information Systems for Strategic Scanning in Turbulent Environments: Can The CEO Go On-Line?" Omar A. El Sawy "Implications of Theories of Language for Information Systems,".
Extant strategic management literature provides only partial answers to the important question: what variables affect top managers′ ability to process complicated, novel, ambiguous, or dynamic strategic information in a turbulent environment. Drawing on cognitive psychology, personality theory, management theory, organizational theory, and management information systems literature.
A major shortcoming of conventional Strategic Planning Systems (SPS) is their lack of sensitivity in coping with changing environments. On the other hand, Strategic Issues Management Systems (SIMS), which has been recently developed to respond to ‘weak’ signals and turbulent environments, lack some of the visionary, enduring, motivational qualities of the by: Volume 9, Number 1 — March Research Articles.
The Evolution of Benchmarking as a Computer Performance Evaluation Technique Bryon C. Lewis and Albert E. Crews (pp. ) ICIS Paper: Personal Information Systems for Strategic Scanning in Turbulent Environments: Can the CEO Go On-Line.
Omar A. El Sawy (pp. banks face from environmental turbulence specifically, it recommends the use of strategic issue management systems. vi ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First and foremost I would like to thank Allah (SWT) for giving me the capability to managing strategy in turbulent environments.
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES USAGE: A QUALITATIVE REVIEW Albana Berisha Qehaja1, Enver Kutllovci1, Schendel and Hofer’s book Strategic Management () and the almost contextual establishment of management information systems, executive information systems, artificial intelligence, businessCited by: 2.
Top management perception of strategic information processing in a turbulent environment Top management perception of strategic information processing in a turbulent environment Pien Wang; Peng S.
Chan Extant strategic management literature provides only partial answers to the important question: what variables affect top managers′ ability to process complicated. Omar A. El Sawy. University of In Search of a New Design Theory for Strategic Information Systems. Personal Information Systems for Strategic Scanning in Turbulent Environments.
This study examines how historical resource endowments and competencies affect strategic change and its outcomes amid environmental turbulence. Drawing from both behavioral and economics-based literatures, we develop four distinct perspectives regarding the likely effect of resources on strategic Cited by: About the Author.
JOHN WARD is Professor of Strategic Information Systems and Director of the Information Systems Research Centre at Cranfield University, School of Management.
Before joining Cranfield inhe worked in industry for 15 years and he currently acts as a consultant to a number of major by: Information Management in Complex and Turbulent Environments: /ch Information management is a well-established yet ill-defined management sub discipline.
This chapter defines and explores information management through theAuthor: José Poças Rascão. This environment is usually found in the segmentofthe economy whichis growing this environment,demand usually exceeds supply, and customers’ needs are basic and undifferentiated. Price is the main determinant in the purchase decision and production efficiency is.
As a process, CI is the set of legal and ethical methods a company uses to harness information that helps it achieve success in a global environment. As a product, CI is information about competitors' activities from public and private sources, and its scope is the present and future behavior of competitors, suppliers, customers, technologies, acquisitions, markets, products and services, and the general business environment.
Information and Communication Technologies Management in Turbulent Business Environments informs today's business managers of important ICT strategy in changing business environments, techniques for effective ICT development, and ICT challenges for the future.
A cutting-edge research publication for practitioners, researchers, and academicians. As Table 1 shows, there is much more to competitive intelligence than just market research. The word assessment suggests an ongoing process using a variety of information streams and data gathering techniques including psychological profiling and new technology evaluation.
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A Practical Guide to Information Systems Strategic Planning helps take the "guess work" out of evaluating current and future Information Systems, and provides the necessary tools for maximizing the investment made in new technology.Purpose – This study argues that strategic information systems (SISs) are necessary for organizations’ survival and corporate performance in turbulent economic environments.
Applying Miles and Snow’s strategy typology, the purpose of this paper is to explore how SIS supports business strategy and corporate performance.Strategic Analysis Tools Topic Gateway Series 3 Strategic analysis tools Definition and concept Strategic Analysis is: ‘ the process of conducting research on the business environment within which an organisation operates and on the organisation itself, in .