Pettersson, K. (1994). Consequences of an IRM-based System Development - Experiences from a Case Study. Technical Report LiTH-IDA-R-94-05, Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University, Sweden. Accepted to the 16th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 7-10, 1993. (bibtex),
Abstract: Information Resource Management (IRM) is an information system perspective and approach, which is being applied by some organizations to structure their information systems and design process. A case study, from which this paper is a result, has been performed at a company where the IRM-strategy is used. Since the IRM-strategy is formulated in a theoretical, ideal-typical way it has to be translated into practicality when realized. This paper addresses the following main issue: When applying IRM-principles in information system design, what kind of effects will these have on information systems, users and the organization?
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