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Computer aided software engineering (CASE) adoption and implementation: a theoretical analysis from an organizational innovation perspective

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3 Author(s)
Tsang-Hsiung Lee ; Inst. of Management Sci., National Chiao-Tung Univ., Taiwan ; Chen, M. ; Norman, R.J.

The study characterizes CASE as an organizational innovation. Some unavoidable organizational effects at different organizational levels, either anticipated or unintended, were taken into consideration. Considering CASE as an evolutionary concept and its potential for profound effect on the IS organization, the authors reviewed existing literature and found a strong need to develop an organizational model to capture the characteristics of Information Systems Development and Management (ISD&M) activities under a CASE implementation context. Thus, a two-level control systemic framework is proposed to prescribe both the bureaucratic and professional nature of ISD&M and lay a foundation for the theoretical analyses of CASE adoption and implementation. These analyses help diagnose problems at the different organizational levels within the ISD&M context, and are necessary for successful implementation of CASE

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System Sciences, 1991. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Hawaii International Conference on  (Volume:iii )

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8-11 Jan 1991