ICT corporate governance : a case study of a not-for-profit community healthcare organisation
Zutshi, Ambika, Wilkin, Carla, Couchman, Paul, Sohal, Amrik, Wood, Greg and Warren, Matthew 2010, ICT corporate governance : a case study of a not-for-profit community healthcare organisation, in ANZAM 2010 : Refereed Papers of the 24th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, ANZAM, [Adelaide, S.Aust.].
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Organisations, regardless of sector and size, are increasingly deploying information and communication technology (ICT) to transact with their stakeholders. Whilst on the one hand this offers efficiencies like improved communication and better resource usage through a reduction in duplication, on the other hand it raises issues of responsiveness, trust, privacy and confidentiality, In this paper we report how an Australian not-for-profit community healthcare organisation experienced and responded to the challenges of governance with respect to its ICT. The lessons From the case study are that comprehensive documentation, top management commitment, and appropriate skills to manage tasks and time are crucial when planning to implement such systems.
Conference program : http://www.anzamconference.org/docs/ANZAM2010_Program_At_A_Glance.pdf
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Field of Research
150303 Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Socio Economic Objective
910499 Management and Productivity not elsewhere classified
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