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Technological Evolution Agility and Dynamic IT Capabilities: A Delphi Study [r-libre/2152]

Bourdeau, Simon; Coulon, Thibaut, & Vieru, Dragos (2021). Technological Evolution Agility and Dynamic IT Capabilities: A Delphi Study. In Proceedings of the 54rd Annual Hawaii Conference on System Sciences (p. 6295-6304). Hawaii : University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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Item Type: Papers in Conference Proceedings
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Status: Published
Abstract: Robust information technology infrastructures (ITI) are essential for organizations since they are the heart of almost every organization and are considered as key assets that play strategic roles and affect organizational performance. To cope with the effects of technological evolution, IT managers must have an articulated vision of their ITI as well as the ability to acquire, deploy, combine and reconfigure their ITI, i.e. dynamic IT capabilities. However, the underlying organizational actions of dynamic IT capabilities are difficult to identify and to circumscribe. Drawing on a Delphi study involving 29 IT management experts, this study has identified key organizational actions deployed to overcome the challenges related to the constant and rapid technological evolution to be agile. Overall, the experts emphasized the importance of collaboration, open culture, competencies, roadmap, standardization and monitoring of ITI to overcome the challenges and exploit the opportunities related to the constant and rapid technological evolution while fostering organizational agility.
Official URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/71379
Depositor: Vieru, Dragos
Owner / Manager: Dragos Vieru
Deposited: 24 Nov 2020 21:40
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2021 01:58

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