List of Contributors.
Strategic Information Systems: An Overview.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: The Nature of Strategic Intelligence, Current Practice and Solutions.
3: Strategic Alignment between Business and Information Technology.
4: The Interplay of Strategic Management and Information Technology.
5: Enterprise Systems Strategic Alignment and Business Value.
6: Behavioral Factors and Information Technology Infrastructure Considerations in Strategic Alliance Development.
7: Developing and Analyzing Core Competencies for Alignment with Strategy.
8: Strategic Alliances of Information Technology Among Channel Members.
9: Strategic Positioning and Resource–Based Thinking: Cutting through the Haze of Punditry to Understand Factors behind Sustainable, Successful Internet Businesses.
10: Decision Support Systems.
11: Decision Support Systems and Decision–Making Processes.
12: Evaluation of Decision–Making Support Systems.
13: Interactive, Flexible, and Adaptable Decision Support Systems.
14: The Evaluation of Decision–Making Support Systems' Functionality.
15: Computer–Supported Collaborative Work and Learning: A Meta–Analytic Examination of Key Moderators in Experimental GSS Research.
16: Supply Chain Information Systems and Decision Support.
17: Strategic Decision Making in Global Supply Networks.
18: Leveraging Supply Chain Management in the Digital Economy.
19: A Relative Comparison of Leading Supply Chain Management Software Packages.
20: Negotiation, Trust, and Experience Management in E–Supply Chains.
21: Using SA for SAM Applications and Design: A Study of the Supply Chain Management Process.
22: Supply Chain Risk Management: Literature Review and Future Research.
23: Implementing Supply Chain Management in the New Era: A Replenishment Framework for the Supply Chain Operation Reference Model.
24: Information Systems, Software Engineering, and Systems Thinking: Challenges and Opportunities.
25: Software Engineering and the Systems Approach: A Conversation with Barry Boehm.
26: Information and Knowledge Perspectives in Systems Engineering and Management for Innovation and Productivity through Enterprise Resource Planning.
27: The Role of Systems Engineering in the Development of Information Systems.
28: Enterprise Resource Planning Systems in a Global Environment.
29: The Integrated Enterprise Life Cycle: Enterprise Architecture, Investment Management, and System Development.
30: Development and Design Methodologies.
31: Strategic Technology Engineering Planning.
32: A Technology–Focused Framework for Integrating Knowledge Management into Strategic Innovation Management.
33: A Strategic Framework for City Marketing: The SSRM Approach.
34: Dynamics in IS Development: A Multi–Method Experiment to Measure the Effects of Disruptions during the Development Process.
35: Design Science: A Case Study in Information Systems Re–Engineering.
36: Improving IT–Enabled Sense and Respond Capabilities: An Application of Business Activity Monitoring at Southern International Airlines.
37: A Model for IT Service Strategy.
38: Perspectives of IT–Service Quality Management: A Concept for Life Cycle Based Quality Management of IT–Services.
39: Design and Development of a Quality Management Information System.
40: Design and Analysis of Decision Support Systems.
41: Decision Making and Support Tools for Design of Machining Systems.
42: Context in Decision Support Systems Development.
43: Flexible Spatial Decision–Making and Support: Processes and Systems.
44: Development of a Web–Based Intelligent Spatial Decision Support System (WEBISDSS): A Case Study with Snow Removal Operations.
45: Designing Clinical Decision Support Systems in Health Care: A Systemic View.