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Chapter 31: Planning Effectiveness for Internet-Based Interorganizational Systems
Planning Effectiveness for Internet-Based Interorganizational Systems
Internet-based interorganizational systems (IIOS) are Internet-based information systems (ISs) shared by two or more organizations such as extranets, virtual corporations, Internet-based electronic data interchanges (EDIs), and business-to-business electronic commerce (B2B e-commerce; Grossman, 2004). In today's business environment, most organizations face developing an e-business strategy, and the IIOS planning issues are those that appear to have the greatest weight (Finnegan, Galliers, & Powell, 2003; Rodgers, Yen, & Chou, 2002; Salmela & Spil, 2002).
IIOS planning was consistently identified as one of the most critical issues facing IS executives and academic researchers. According to surveys of information systems management issues in the recent decade, improving information systems strategic planning remains among the top ten issues facing IS ...