The term of “IT enabled organizational transformaion (ITOT)” is much used in the practice and literature of information systems. Thus, we treat this variety of usage as interesting and potentially significant, but IS cholars have used ITOT construct in diverse and often contradictory ways. To discusses the meaning of ITOT, this article present a conceptual review of the ITOT literature, highlighting important concepts and theories relating to ITOT over time. We first presents the current definitions of OT in general, and then trace the evolution of the ITOT construct in the broader organizational change literature. On the basis of critical analysis and synthesis of available literature the draft of a new matrix for explaning the concept of ITOT will be proposed.