Investigating Stakeholders’ Participation in the Process of Developing Strategic Information System Plans
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Since 1980, Strategic Information System Planning (SISP) has been the subject of interest for researchers and practitioners. Various methodologies have offered different guidelines on the role of stakeholders in the process of developing SISP. This paper is an attempt to find stakeholders' role in the literature and create a big picture of what previous literature provides on the participation of different actors in the process. Through a systematic literature review approach, an initial set of 2730 papers on SISP development have been studied. To discuss the result, 11 groups of participating roles and four possible activities for them in SISP have been identified and mapped to each other. The paper also provides three general viewpoints on participation in SISP development.
28th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM)
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Information Systems Management