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Strategy, Systems and Scope

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9780761940371

ISBN10:
0761940375
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Pub. Date:
2/28/2012
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Sage Publications Ltd
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Summary

Systems integration capabilities have been hailed as a new foundation for firm competitive advantage. This book delves into the nature of these capabilities and examines their impact upon firm business strategies. The book is grounded in field research projects and draws upon qualitative and quantitative research methods and data. Chapters cover: - the origins and development of systems integration - case studies that highlight the empirical foundations of systems integration - the implications of findings for other industries

Table of Contents

Systems Integration and Modularity
Dimensions and Dynamics of Systems Integration Capabilities
Synchronic versus Diachronic
Complementarity and External Linkages
The Strategy of System Integrators
Intramural Capabilities and Critical Components
The Nature of Systems Integration Capabilities
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