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Perennializing Information Technology Infrastructures: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective [r-libre/2770]

Bourdeau, Simon; Coulon, Thibaut; Vieru, Dragos, & Bonneau, Claudine (2023). Perennializing Information Technology Infrastructures: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective. In Proceedings of the 56th Annual Hawaii Conference on System Sciences. Hawaii : University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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Abstract: In a global context of intense volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, robust and flexible information technology infrastructures (ITI) – arrangements of shared IT services and technical components that power and support an organization’s strategy and processes – are vital to organizations. ITI play key strategic roles, are at the core of business operations and directly affect performance. However, managing the evolution and perennializing transformations of ITI can be very challenging. To cope with this perennity challenge, organizations must develop specific dynamic capabilities to perennialize ITI and their evolution under turbulent and changing business contexts. Still, the question for managers is: What actions should be deployed to perennialize ITI and their transformations? Twenty key organizational actions that were identified by twenty-nine ITI experts, were grouped into three interrelated vectors: (1) Watching and developing knowledge and know-how to perennialize ITI; (2) Visioning and governing ITI; (3) Standardizing and adopting a flexible approach to ITI.
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Depositor: Vieru, Dragos
Owner / Manager: Dragos Vieru
Deposited: 12 Oct 2022 14:26
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2023 00:43

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