Measuring the Impact of Information Systems on Organizational Behavior

Measuring the Impact of Information Systems on Organizational Behavior

R. Wayne Headrick (New Mexico State University, USA) and George W. Morgan (Southwest Texas State University, USA)
Copyright: © 2002 |Pages: 9
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-930708-42-6.ch019
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Abstract

Information systems, like any other production-oriented system, have as their goal the transformation of raw materials (data) into finished goods (information) in an effective, efficient manner. In the context of information systems, this means meeting informational requirements with a minimum expenditure of available resources. To develop such information systems, design and development strategies ranging from the traditional top-down or bottom-up techniques to Joint Application Design (JAD) to object-oriented have been advanced.

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