This paper explores the implementation process of integrated Information Systems (IS) in Higher Education (HE) institutions. This is achieved through the analysis of a HE institution’s strategy during the implementation process of the integrated IS and the impact that the new system had on the working practices of the HE institution. Through the use of interviews, the research indicates that there has been a growth of alternative power bases within the university, new roles and responsibilities for administrative staff and a different working environment for academics.
|Published - Apr 2014
|ICEIS 2014 - The 16th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 1 Apr 2014 → …
|ICEIS 2014 - The 16th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems
|1/04/14 → …