Matthews . Shoebridge A. (1993) The Strategic Importance of Executive Information Systems. In: Ennals . Molyneux P. (eds) Managing with Information Technology.
Matthews . Publisher Name Springer, London. Print ISBN 978-3-540-19795-9. Online ISBN 978-1-4471-3299-8. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive.
Many senior executives and directors of UK companies have difficulty with information technology (IT). This is because they have no direct experience of systems designed specifically for them, nor have they been given a convincing picture of how IT systems relate to their business and information needs View. EIS-A guide for executives. Although the use of executive information systems (EIS) is increasing, many senior executives have such mixed feelings about them that there is an ‘EIS paradox’.
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Matthews, Robin and Shoebridge Anthony, (1992), Executive Information Systems: A guide for . INES, Moscow ISBN 978-5-93618-184-4.
Matthews, Robin and Shoebridge Anthony, (1992), Executive Information Systems: A guide for Chief Executives, in: Richard Ennals and Phil Molyneux Ed, Managing with Information Technology Springer. Matthews, Robin, (1992), Corporate policy and executive information systems, in:Holtham C. ed. Executive Information Systems and Strategic Decision Support: Processes for Supporting Corporate Change, London: Chapman and Hall.
Strategic information systems (SIS) are information systems that are developed in response to corporate business initiative. They are intended to give competitive advantage to the organization. They may deliver a product or service that is at a lower cost, that is differentiated, that focuses on a particular market segment, or is innovative. Strategic information management (SIM) is a salient feature in the world of information technology (IT).
The Strategic importance of executive information systems.
Given the critical importance of information systems and technology for businesses today, this new . I strongly recommend this book for adoption in graduate courses (and, possibly, advanced undergraduate courses) on IT management and IS strategy.
I strongly recommend this book for adoption in graduate courses (and, possibly, advanced undergraduate courses) on IT management and IS strategy.
Kingston University). Sheffield and London School of Economics. Visiting Dean Academy of National Economy Moscow; President International League of Strategic Management and Assessment 2004. Recognized University Teacher by the Russian Ministry of Education.
Table 1. Executive Responses to Strategic Importance of IT Interviews Paired Samples Interview Question Mean t-test Correlation Information Technology is very important to the strategic IT EXEC .53 success of our organization NON-IT EXEC . 3 Our use of IT helps. 3 Our use of IT helps differentiate us from our competitors IT EXEC NON-IT EXEC . 6 In the past, most.