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This is because, most of the IT developments in 1980s (the date of this definition) relate to information systems. Another observation is that one important activity of management is the analysis of the uses and impact of information systems in the organizational environment. Lundeberg’s, definition, includes new components to MIS perceptions of management: information technology, business processes, and persons. Clarke’s definition shows that MIS perception of management is still ambiguous. According to this definition, first technological solutions are created and afterwards are used to solve existing problems.
Each box in Figure 2 shows the name of the concept analyzed and the section that presents the analysis. 1. The analysis of the epistemological components is conducted as follows. 4) are analyzed separately. 5) that is used as the basis for this research. 5) The small boxes in Figure 2 represent the definitions that are analyzed. The numbers within parentheses indicate the section that contains the analysis. 5. This section has illustrated the structure of the analysis presented in this Chapter; the next section presents an analysis of the concept strategy.
49 See the discussion of Information Science as discipline, in Webber (2003), and the discussions of MIS as a discipline in Banville & Landry (1989), Benbasat & Zmud (2003). 50 For example, the disciplines of Physics, and Nature Science. 51 For example, the disciplines of Social Science, Management Science, and Management of Information Systems. e. Banville, & Landry (1989), Davis (1991, 1995), Lundeberg et al. (1995). e. ‘I’m a chemist’); Idols and artifacts which express allegiance to the discipline and its heroes; Language”.