Information systems: how they affect and are affected by organization structure
Smith, Steven W.
Haga, William J.
Euske, Kenneth E.
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This thesis identifies the impacts on organizational structure on the implementation/operation of management information systems, as well as the impact of information technology upon organizational structure. The conclusion is that academic researchers have identified not only key elements of organizational structure to facilitate information system implementation, but also human factors involved. There is no absolute choice for an information system; only a best fit for matching an information system and an organization's structure.
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