“Improving information systems strategic planning” remains among one of top ten issues facing IS/IT executives and corporate general managers. As e-business strategies have received growing attention from enterprises, information systems strategic planning (ISSP) is now considered critical in developing a successful e-strategy. However, numerous researchers have examined the relationship between various factors and the effectiveness of information systems strategic planning, the effects of knowledge sharing behavior on the effectiveness of information systems strategic planning still have little been examined. The main purpose of this study is to examine the relationships between knowledge sharing and the effectiveness of information systems strategic planning. Furthermore, we explore the factors influencing knowledge sharing behavior among stakeholders in the ISSP process. Data were collected by a questionnaire survey sent to the IS directors of 805 large companies in Taiwan. Survey results indicate that knowledge sharing behavior influence of the effectiveness of information systems strategic planning. The implications of this finding for practice and future research are also examined herein.
Pai, Jungchi, "The Relationship between Knowledge Sharing Behavior and the Effectiveness of Information Systems Strategic Planning (ISSP): An Empirical Study in Taiwan" (2004). ICEB 2004 Proceedings (Beijing, China). 169.