An Intangible-Asset Approach to Strategic Business-IT Alignment
AbstractThe correct use of information technology (IT) in business is a longstanding critical issue due to the competitive advantages and performance that IT generates when it is managed strategically and correctly aligned with a business’ strategies and processes. A conceptual model is presented to investigate the effects of intangible assets and organizational capabilities on business-IT strategic alignment. Social networks between business and IT executives conform to relational capital that permits the creation of combinative capabilities; these capabilities encourage the transfer, integration, learning, and strategic use of business and IT executives’ knowledge, and affect the level of strategic business-IT alignment. This combination of social-network characteristics and organizational capabilities in order to generate strategic business-IT alignment is new. View Full-Text
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Tejada-Malaspina, M.; Jan, A.U. An Intangible-Asset Approach to Strategic Business-IT Alignment. Systems 2019, 7, 17.
Tejada-Malaspina M, Jan AU. An Intangible-Asset Approach to Strategic Business-IT Alignment. Systems. 2019; 7(1):17.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tejada-Malaspina, Miguel; Jan, Alberto U. 2019. "An Intangible-Asset Approach to Strategic Business-IT Alignment." Systems 7, no. 1: 17.
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