Implementing strategy in an interdisciplinary IS organization: An empirical comparison of theoretical frameworks


`How do innovative information and information technology organizations consisting of multiple disciplines formulate and implement strategy?' Two widely discussed theories in the strategy literature - an incremental model and a rational model - are enlisted to find if either theory supports the case study data describing the early stages of strategy formulation and implementation in an innovative, interdisciplinary information systems organization. A discussion of the research results finds implications for both theory and practice.

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Proceedings - Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute

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