Strategic Agility Frameworks for Information System Governance

Strategic Agility Frameworks for Information System Governance

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7826-0.ch004

Abstract

In the current era, multiple factors have driven information systems (IS) to be able to cope with changes caused by internal and external factors that affect organization strategy. Various environmental factors can influence organization and performance capacity and tend to change organizational strategy, including political, socioeconomic, financial, and technological changes. Early in the 21st century, other changes are expected, such as those associated with cybercrime and artificial intelligence. Here, the authors discuss the concept of agility, the dimension of agility, relevant literature studies, and proposed model and conclusions.
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Literature Review

Several authors in the past and more recently have given an immense interest on the agility concept (Sambamurthy et al. 2003; Overby et al. 2006; Rai et al. 2006; Tallon, 2008; Lu & Ramamurthy, 2011; Tallon & Pinsonneault, 2011; Nazir & Pinsonneault, 2012; Cai et al. 2013; Chen et al. 2014; Mao et al. 2014; Chen et al. 2015; Mao et al. 2015; Ragin-Skorecka, 2016).

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