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A study of the causal relationship between IT governance inhibitors and its success in Korea enterprises

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  • Lee, Chi-Hoon; Lee, Jung-Hoon; Park, Jong-Sung; Jeong, Kap-Young
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers


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Title A study of the causal relationship between IT governance inhibitors and its success in Korea enterprises
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Lee, Chi-Hoon; Lee, Jung-Hoon; Park, Jong-Sung; Jeong, Kap-Young

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[New Jersey, U.S.] : Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Date 2008
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41st Hawaii International Conference on System Sci

Pages 11
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Industry and Technology < IT
Holding Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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Abstract

In recent years, the emergence of the term IT Governance (ITG) has pointed to the increasing importance for business of effecting an alignment between its strategic direction and IT units. Many leading organizations have turned to ITG to pursue gains in efficiency, accountability, and regulatory and other forms of compliance, without, however, being able to implement coherent IT schemes on account of a number of challenging issues. Despite the growing interest of academics and practitioners in this area (as attested in recent publications), few studies have characterized the practical inhibitors frustrating the implementation of effective ITG. This paper, therefore, aims to examine empirically how inhibiting features associated with ITG affect the success of IT activities. Through a literature review, we identify 5 factors that work to restrain ITG implementation. (The rest omitted)

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Proceedings of the 41st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences - 2008