A Representational Scheme for Analyzing Information Technology and Organizational Dependency

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Abstract
This paper presents a new representation methodology, dependency network diagrams (DNDs), which enables the essential elements governing organizational relations to be captured, communicated, and evaluated under changing conditions. By depicting important features of organizational relations, information systems can be designed explicitly for control and coordination of organizational activities. The rules and construction algorithm for DNDs are presented and applied to a case study of a Canadian automobile insurance company. Analysis of the case reveals how IT was used to create strategic change within the Canadian vehicle repair market.
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Author John Tillquist, John Leslie King, and Carson Woo
Year 2002
Volume 26
Issue 2
Keywords Management information systems, organizational systems, competitive use of IS, IS planning methodologies, IS strategic planning, organizational change, organizational design
Page Numbers 91-118
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