This paper critically reviews the literature relating to the SISP in global organizations. It considers IS strategic benefits, requirements, and drivers as evaluation criteria for SISP process. Classification of the IS strategic benefits will be developed from academic literature and published case studies as well as IS strategic requirements and drivers. With this in mind, the planning team must identify how it can group the requirements and drivers of an organization. One way of doing so may be achieved by understanding the benefits that can be obtained by IS for the organization, thereby leading to a categorization of requirements against benefits being created to understand which requirements are needed for obtaining specific benefits. The result of this paper is taxonomies of SISP benefits, requirements, drivers, and techniques for global organization. This classification can benefit the evaluation of IS strategic planning processes to support decision-makers through the planning process.
Basahel, Abdullah and Irani, Zahir, "Novel Taxonomy For Evaluation Of Strategic Information System Planning (SISP) Techniques " (2009). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2009. 9.