The Moderating Effects of Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) Approaches on the Relationships Between SISP Practices and Performance

Hisyam Harun, Mohd Khairuddin Hashim

Abstract


The notion that strategic information systems planning (SISP) approaches moderate the relationships between strategic information systems planning practices and organizational performance have been emphasized in the literature. Notwithstanding, the review of previous studies indicated that SISP approaches as a moderator has attracted little research attention. This study attempted to address this issue by examining the moderating effect of SISP approaches on the relationships between SISP practices and performance of 54 government agencies. Results of the analyses of the data gathered from the 54 government agencies showed positive relationships between SISP practices and performance. Furthermore, the results of the study also suggested that SISP approaches moderate the relationships between SISP practices and performance.

Keywords: 

Strategic Information System Planning (SISP), Strategic Information System Planning Approaches (SISP approaches), Information System (IS), Information Technology (IT), Performance, Government Agencies

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