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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Management Information Systems
David J. Paper
This is a qualitative case study of the 2005-2008 Utah State University Information Technology reorganization from the perspective of key change advocates. The study identified and documented the unfolding change process involved in the reorganization in terms of dissatisfaction, executive changes, internal executive strategic planning, implementation and initial impacts, and continuous "in situ" strategic planning. The study also answered a set of supporting concluding questions indicating increased value to the institution in areas of customer service and confidence, organization, financial resources, planning and policy, security, and increased/improved services and service functions.
Hawley, Eric S., "Understanding Unfolding Change and the Value of Strategic Unification in Recent USU Information Technology Functional Realignment" (2008). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 176.
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