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Title: Implementing an effective strategic renewal process - An IT-enabled agility perspective
Keywords: IT-enabled agility, Case study, Strategic renewal, Agile IS development, Enterprise agility
Issue Date: 14-Mar-2012
Citation: GOH CHONG LENG (2012-03-14). Implementing an effective strategic renewal process - An IT-enabled agility perspective. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Strategic renewal is increasingly becoming an important and necessary endeavor for an organization competing in a hypercompetitive environment. In such an environment, an organization¿s survival depends very heavily on its ability to renew its strategies, operations, and market relationships in a timely fashion to respond to disruptive environmental changes and/or to find and capture future opportunities. In this thesis, we examine the role of IT-enabled agility in an effective strategic renewal process. By conducting two case studies that examine how two organizations enact an effective strategic renewal process, this thesis presents various inductively derived models to explain the role of IT-enabled agility in this process. We argue that this is an important contribution to the extant literature. We conclude by stating the practical and theoretical contributions of these inductively derived models, the limitations of the two case studies and some future research directions.
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