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The Impact of organizational commitment on strategic information systems planning

Show simple item record Jayasinghe, JN 2011-03-29T06:11:08Z 2011-03-29T06:11:08Z
dc.description CD-Rom included ; A Dissertation submitted to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering for the MBA en_US
dc.description.abstract ABSTRACT This paper presents the impact of Organizational Commitment (OC) on Strategic Information System Planning (SISP) in Sri Lankan banking sector. SISP is an important management function and has consistently been identified as one of the most critical issues facing IS executives. Organizational Commitment plays a critical role when planning information systems strategically in an organization. The paper identified that the Organizational Commitment means company support for SISP. When compared to all other sectors Information Technology usage in banking sector is at the highest level in Sri Lanka. So that it was a need to find out the relationship between OC and SISP particularly in the banking sector. The study mainly answers the questions of how Organizational Commitment contributes to the degree of success of SISP and to understand the present level of Organizational Commitment on SISP in the sector. Further the study examines the most important factors of the Organizational Commitment on existing SISP and measures the relationship between Organizational Commitment and SISP. Finally, the study aims to develop a model to improve the success of SISP in Sri Lankan banking sector./ The empirical data was drawn from 30 licensed commercial banks and licensed specialized banks to analyze the data by using correlation. The regression analysis was used to build the model to improve the success of SISP. The findings specify that there is a positive relationship between SISP success and Organizational Commitment. Correlation elaborates the relationship between the OC factors and SISP. The major implication of the study is that the Organizational Commitment is a main factor for the success of SISP.
dc.format.extent x, 120p. : charts, ill., tables en_US
dc.subject INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - Dissertation
dc.subject COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - Dissertation ;
dc.subject STRATEGIC
dc.title The Impact of organizational commitment on strategic information systems planning
dc.type Thesis-Full-text
dc.identifier.faculty Engineering en_US MBA en_US
dc.identifier.department Department of Computer Science & Engineering en_US 2007-12
dc.identifier.accno 92268 en_US

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