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Alignment Of Business And Is/It Strategy At Telenor Sweden

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  • Andrei NECULAU

    () (The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

  • Stephanie HABIB

    () (The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

  • Miganoush Katrin MAGARIAN KENARAKI

    () (The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

  • Aron HENRIKSSON

    () (The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

  • Yuanchang Liu

    () (The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

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Neculau, Andrei. Habib, Stephanie. Henriksson, Aron. Magarian Kenaraki, Miganoush Katrin. Liu, Yuanchang. 2009. Alignment of Business and IS/IT Strategy at Telenor Sweden.

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  • Andrei NECULAU & Stephanie HABIB & Miganoush Katrin MAGARIAN KENARAKI & Aron HENRIKSSON & Yuanchang Liu, 2009. "Alignment Of Business And Is/It Strategy At Telenor Sweden," Journal of Information Systems & Operations Management, Romanian-American University, vol. 3(1), pages 13-34, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:jisomg:v:3:y:2009:i:1:p:13-34
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