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ترجمه مقاله عملکرد سیستم اطلاعاتی از طریق فرهنگ

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ترجمه مقاله عملکرد سیستمهای اطلاعاتی از طریق فرهنگ سازمانی

عنوان انگلیسی:

THE PERFORMANCE OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS THROUGH ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Abstract:

In this paper we analyze the improvements in organizational behaviour needed to maximize the efficiency of information systems (IS). For this purpose, we have studied the mutual relationships among information technologies (IT), IS and organizational culture. Then, we focus on how the organizational culture influences this specific process distinguishing between informatic culture and informational culture, the latter being the one allowing an adequate implementation and development of the IS. Finally, we underline the cultural consistency which the implementation of an IS requires. In order to do this, we must measure the degree of technical and financial feasibility of the IS regarding the quantitative and measurable effort an organization must make to implement it, together with the consistency of this system with the pre-existing culture. When considering the need for a cultural change, we argue that the best choice is a «bubble-like» cultural
implementation.

 

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