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Title: Business-IT alignment and strategic information system planning success in Nigeria
Authors: Ogundeinde, Adedamola
Akpa, Victoria
Opele, Adedayo
Keywords: proprietors
Information Technology
Business Environment
IT instructors
Issue Date: 12-Apr-2017
Publisher: ICIDA
Citation: ICIDA 2017 - 6th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa - 12-14 April 2017
Abstract: With the growing global business environment, Information Technology (IT) has remained an essential element in the streams of activities performed within the environment. This has lead managers to consistently innovative new ways of aligning core business function with IT, at the same time find its balance in strategic information system planning (SISP) success. This study examines the effect of Business-IT alignment on strategic information system planning success. This was achieved using regression analysis offered by the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 22. Responses were retrieved from six hundred and two (602) Information Technology instructors and Proprietors in private secondary schools in Lagos state, Nigeria. The study concluded that Business-IT Alignment has no significant effect on Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) success but chosen SISP methodology can positively have an effect on SISP success. The study also recommends some autonomy of power to the IT instructors, especially in selecting an SISP methodology and reformatting it to fit business activities. Finally, educational institutions may not necessarily implement Information System (IS) with core educational business because of the low significant level revealed from findings.
Description: In the proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, 12th April, 2017, KNUST, Ghana
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10883
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