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The emerging management services of business transformation management

By Norizan Safrudin, Jan C. Recker and Michael Rosemann

Abstract

Business transformations are large-scale organizational change programs that, evidence suggests, are often unsuccessful. Our interest is in identifying the management capabilities required for the successful execution of these projects. We advance a service-oriented view of the enterprise, which suggests that different management services need to be identified and integrated in order to execute business transformation. In order to identify those management services that require integration, we conducted an exploratory empirical study of the demand for management services in US and Asia, and we show that two archetypes of management services exist in business transformation initiatives: transactional and transformational management services. We identify the relevant set of transactional and transformational services and discuss what the demand for these services implies for the execution of business transformations

Topics: 080600 INFORMATION SYSTEMS, business transformation, management services, exploratory study, factor analysis
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:41767

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