Organisational Advantages through the development of Information Systems : An Information System Design Strategy

by Lagunas, Diego; Hellman, Björn

Abstract (Summary)
Information systems design was investigated and a model was developed aimed obtaining organisational advantages through quality and participation. This was developed by connecting high quality information assurance in an IS to the needs of the organisation and incorporating the users in the development through participation factors.The model generates a instruction that connects the impact on the individual and organisation when developing an IS to the organisational benefits. Its purpose is to enable the benefits of motivation, awareness and empowerment.We applied the model using the case study approach for connecting the model to a real life situation. The results provided a blueprint to implement the IS design strategy and may be investigated later to verify if the advantages were reached.The work is of great interest to project managers, software developers and programmers
Bibliographical Information:


School:Växjö universitet

School Location:Sweden

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:information systems organisation empowerment awareness system design development


Date of Publication:08/23/2007

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