Using MIS 2e Chapter 3 Information Systems for Competitive Advantage. David Kroenke. 01/30 – 7:15AM. Study Questions. Q1 – How does organizational strategy determine information systems structure? Q2 – What five forces determine industry structure? Q3 – What is competitive strategy?
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01/30 – 7:15AM
Business processes determine every information system’s
Fig 3-2 Porter’s Five Forces Model of Industry Structure
Fig 3-3 Examples of Five Forces
Fig 3-4 Porter’s Four Competitive Strategies
To be effective, the organization’s goals, objectives, culture, and processes must be aligned with an organization’s competitive strategy. The IS must enable the organization’s competitive strategy.
Fig 3-5 Porter’s Value Chain Model
Fig 3-7 Three Examples of Business Processes
IS/Business Process Redesign
Fig 3-8 Improved Materials Ordering Process
Fig 3-10 Business Process & Information System for Bike Rental
Fig3-13 ABC, Inc Web Page to Select recipient from customer records
Fig 3-14 ABC, Inc Web page to select contact from customer records
Fig 3-15 ABC, Inc Web page to specify email notification