Extended strategic alignment model for information systems governance
by Khaoula Benmoussa; Majida Laaziri; Abdelrhani Bouayad; Mohammed Bennaser; Ahmed Mouchtachi; Abir El Yamami
International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences (IJADS), Vol. 15, No. 6, 2022

Abstract: The information systems (IS) of universities are at the heart of changes of various origins: the evolution of the processes they support and the evolution of information technologies (IT). Studies have shown great interest in strategic alignment to the private sector rather than to the public sector especially in universities. Moreover, through a review of the literature, it became apparent that there is no formal model of strategic alignment in universities. Therefore, this paper aims to take an exploratory approach to: 1) understand strategic alignment; 2) evaluate its implementation within universities; 3) adapt its mechanisms by proposing a new model of strategic alignment in universities based on the most widely used model (SAM). The result shows that the implementation of this proposed model can help universities achieve these goals and improve their competitiveness and effectiveness.

Online publication date: Tue, 11-Oct-2022

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