Structure and Culture of Higher Education Institutions
“Information systems are not technical systems which have behavioural and social consequences, rather they are social systems which rely to an increasing extent on information technology for their function” (Land and Hirschheim as quoted by Lawrence and Lowe, 1983).
KeywordsInformation System High Education Institution Strategy Formulation Corporate Strategy Technology Implementation
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