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adapting of the planning process over time represents a key component of planning effectiveness. The extent to which these objectives are fulfilled by SISP thus offers its success. References Falkowitz, R. (2013). The Automation of Risk Assessment. Retrieved from Hann, J., & Weber, R. (1996). Information systems planning: A model and empirical tests. Management Science, 42(7), 1043–1064 Lederer, A. and Sethi, V., (1991) Critical Dimensions of Strategic Information Systems Planning. Decision Sciences 22, pp. 104-119. Lederer, A. L., & Sethi, V. (1988). The implementation of strategic information systems planning methodologies. MIS Quarterly, 12(3), 445–461. Newkirk, H. E., & Lederer, A. L. (2007). The effectiveness of strategic information systems planning for technical resources, personnel resources, and data security in environments of heterogeneity and hostility. Journal of Computer Information Systems. Retrieved from Segars, A. H., & Grover, V. (1999). Profiles of strategic information systems planning. Information Systems Research, 10(3), 199–232. Smith, T. D. (2009, June 22). Scholarly or popular? UO Libraries. Retrieved April 19, 2012,
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