ch03strategy

ch03strategy - Information Systems, Organization, and...

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Unformatted text preview: Information Systems, Organization, and Strategy Make Info systems to serve the interests of the business firm Will the new US Airways be able to fly? US Airways hub-spoke carrier Full service airlines National route network, first class seating, customer loyalty program American West Point-to-point flights Low cost carrier No assigned seat, no meals, no luggage transfer Synergy US Airway Strong network on the east coast Business application for when & where to purchasing fuel Check-in application to support international routes American West Routes in the western United States Simple, flexible information systems and business processes Will the new US Airways be able to fly? Integration Information systems Business processes Change management in both companies 3.1 Organization & Information systems 3.2 How information systems impact organizations & business firm 3.3 Using systems to achieve competitive advantage 3.4 Management Issues: using systems for competitive advantage 3.1 Organization and Information systems xf: & to serve the interest of firms T n-- x f : & What is organization? Stable, formal structure that take resources from the environment and process them to produce output Technical Definition What is an organization? Collection of rights, privileges, obligations, and responsibilities Delicately balanced over a period of time Through conflict and conflict resolution Behavioral definition Who own and control information Who has the right to access and update information Who make decisions about whom, when, how Factors affect the success of information systems Features of organizations Routines and business processes Organizational politics Struggle for resources, competition, and conflict within every organization Organizational culture Bedrock, unassailable, unquestioned assumptions that define their goals and products Features of organizations Organizational Environments Organizations depend on the social and physical...
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