Enterprise information systems

Two case studies

Hui Lien Tung, Tina Marshall-Bradley, Joseph Wood, Donald A. Sofge, James M Grayson, Margo Bergman, W. F. Lawless

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Abstract

Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) provide a platform that enables small organizations and distant collections of organizations to better integrate and coordinate their operations. We provide a theory of organizations and review two case studies beginning to use EIS-type architectures that form common information infrastructures to be more responsive, flexible and agile first for a system of medical organizations and second for a small college. The system of organizations is a distributed collection of military medical department research centers (MDRC) whose mission is to train physicians how to conduct and publish research; and the small college is providing a liberal arts education (Future College). Both MDRC and Future College (pseudonyms) are reorganizing their operations. We review theory for our approach, the two case studies, field evidence, computational models, and future prospects.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSocial, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems
PublisherIGI Global
Pages434-458
Number of pages25
ISBN (Print)9781605668567
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 2009

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Tung, H. L., Marshall-Bradley, T., Wood, J., Sofge, D. A., Grayson, J. M., Bergman, M., & Lawless, W. F. (2009). Enterprise information systems: Two case studies. In Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems (pp. 434-458). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60566-856-7.ch022

Enterprise information systems : Two case studies. / Tung, Hui Lien; Marshall-Bradley, Tina; Wood, Joseph; Sofge, Donald A.; Grayson, James M; Bergman, Margo; Lawless, W. F.

Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems. IGI Global, 2009. p. 434-458.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Tung, HL, Marshall-Bradley, T, Wood, J, Sofge, DA, Grayson, JM, Bergman, M & Lawless, WF 2009, Enterprise information systems: Two case studies. in Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems. IGI Global, pp. 434-458. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60566-856-7.ch022
Tung HL, Marshall-Bradley T, Wood J, Sofge DA, Grayson JM, Bergman M et al. Enterprise information systems: Two case studies. In Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems. IGI Global. 2009. p. 434-458 https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60566-856-7.ch022
Tung, Hui Lien ; Marshall-Bradley, Tina ; Wood, Joseph ; Sofge, Donald A. ; Grayson, James M ; Bergman, Margo ; Lawless, W. F. / Enterprise information systems : Two case studies. Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems. IGI Global, 2009. pp. 434-458
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