What Sort of Role Do Management Information Systems Undertake in Strategy Practice? A Case Study Investigation in Tourism Sector

Kazım Ozan Özer

Abstract


In attempt to understand how management information systems play role on strategy implementation, the study uses a case study  of one branch of an internationally well-known Hotel Chain. The findings show that management information systems has an impact on the strategy implemention process in terms of contributing to develop specific procedures regarding decision making process, accelerating the decision process through providing true and fast information to the managers, and helping them to maket he right decisions. The emprical evidence from the case study also suggests that management information systems play an important role in strategy implementation enabling very important information to reach into relavant parts of the organisation in a systematic way. 


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Strategy Implementation, Management Information System

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