Developing a Corporate Information Systems Architecture for World-Class Organizations
Examines strategies that a company could employ when contemplating developing its information systems to become a world-class organization (WCO). Definition of a world-class organization; Characteristics of company employees when it contemplates developing its information systems; Planning information systems development; Conclusion to study; Need for flexibility and strength in information technology.
||Developing a Corporate Information Systems Architecture for World-Class Organizations
Management Decision (1996)
Vol. 34, No. 2
||Lee, Sang M; Kim, B. O.