Interrelationship of Information Technology and Management Regarding Implications for Organizational Competitiveness Research Paper by Nicky

Interrelationship of Information Technology and Management Regarding Implications for Organizational Competitiveness
Examines how IT contributes to the success of businesses by using BPM and BPR methods to enable processes to work together.
# 148040 | 3,731 words | 28 sources | APA | 2011 | US


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In order for any organization to remain financially viable today and into the future, it is critical they view processes not as siloed activities but as strategic that can be coordinated and synchronized to attain their objectives (Chaturvedi, 2005). The role of IT is to enable greater interprocess coordination and synchronization through the use of BPM and BPR approaches and methodologies, in addition to nurturing knowledge networks (Dyer, Nobeoka, 2000). It has been proven however that the most effective knowledge networks are those that are based on the strategic objective of better serving customers. This paper contains tables.

Table of Contents
Problem Statement
Introduction
Process Integration and Improvement Is The New Competitive Advantage
Using Business Process Management for Linking IT to Business Strategies
Measuring Interprocess Integration and Management Linkages in Supply Chains
Table 1: Measures of Supply Chain Performance
The Impact of Interprocess Integration on Financial Performance
Table 2: Financial Performance Outcomes of Interprocess Performance
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Like the Toyota Production System, DDSNs are capable of becoming learning ecosystems (Dyer, Nobeoka, 2000) due to the intensive level of interprocess and system integration that is prevalent in these approaches to managing collaboration often on a global scope. The use of DDSN as a strategy for ensuring customer-centric processes gain the highest priority and also attain the highest levels of performance over time are critical. In fact the combining of the TPS concept for supply chain integration to the process level with the DDSN concept for demand management and customer-facing processes could be used for defining entire value chains in an organization."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • AMR Research (2003) - Configuration is the Heart of Customer Fulfillment for Complex Product Manufacturers. AMR Research Report. Monday March 31, 2003.
  • Mohsen Attaran. (2004). Exploring the relationship between information technology and business process reengineering. Information & Management, 41(5), 585-596.
  • Ganesh D. Bhatt. (2000). Exploring the relationship between information technology, infrastructure and business process re-engineering. Business Process Management Journal, 6(2), 139.
  • Marianne Broadbent, Peter Weill, Don St Clair. (1999). The implications of information technology infrastructure for business process redesign. MIS Quarterly, 23(2), 159-182.
  • Chaturvedi, S. (2005, August). Information Technology and Management Linkages. Journal of Management Research (09725814), 5(2), 72-79.

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