Research on business intelligence (BI) has been rapidly proliferated in the field of information systems (IS). However, a limited number of studies has discovered its practical value and impact in business sectors. A lack of research on BI implementation specifically within small businesses may have an adverse impact on the effective decision making, especially to meet the demand of their organizational agility.
The aim of this study is to conduct a theoretical analysis to identify antecedents of BI implementation in the small business context for improving the decision-making capability towards organizational agility. We operate a literature survey within the IS research domain to reveal the insights about the relation between BI and organizational agility. In this regard, 75 key articles have been reviewed and analyzed to find contributions towards BI and its impact on organizational agility. It is anticipated that the important antecedents are organizational, technological and personnel capabilities for BI implementation. The findings provide valuable insights for further research on BI implementation, especially to address organizational agility in small businesses.
Ali, MD Shaheb; Miah, Shah Jahan; and Khan, Shahadat
"Antecedents of Business Intelligence Implementation for Addressing Organizational Agility in Small Business Context,"
Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 10
, Article 5.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/pajais/vol10/iss1/5