An Assessment of E-business Strategies Using the Strategic Alignment Model
AbstractMost research concerning e-business offers a methodology, measures the predisposition of the firm or evaluates the consequences in terms of management.This research aims at designing a model for assessing e-business strategies based on the strategic alignment perspective.Using the Information Systems (IS) literature about alignment and data collected from 11 interviews of general and e-business managers from the main companies of the French tourism sector, 12 variables were identified.These, in turn, can be used to build an e-business alignment model for the enterprise.
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Date of creation: Jul 2004
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tourism; model; alignment; Information Technologies (IT); strategy; E-business; Information systems (IS); Internet;
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- Kalika, Michel, 2000. "Le management est mort, vive le e-management," Economics Papers from University Paris Dauphine 123456789/3308, Paris Dauphine University.
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