The neccesary alignment between technology innovation effectiveness and operational effectiveness
journal contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Ricardo SantaRicardo Santa, Mario FerrerMario Ferrer, Philip BrethertonPhilip Bretherton, Paul HylandPaul Hyland
Organisations are increasingly investing in complex technological innovations such as enterprise information systems with the aim of improving the operations of the business, and in this way gaining competitive advantage. However, the implementation of technological innovations tends to have an excessive focus on either technology innovation effectiveness (also known as system effectiveness), or the resulting operational effectiveness; focusing on either one of them is detrimental to the long-term enterprise benefits through failure to achieve the real value of technological innovations. The lack of research on the dimensions and performance objectives that organisations must be focusing on is the main reason for this misalignment. This research uses a combination of qualitative and quantitative, three-stage methodological approach. Initial findings suggest that factors such as quality of information from technology innovation effectiveness, and quality and speed from operational effectiveness are important and significantly well correlated factors that promote the alignment between technology innovation effectiveness and operational effectiveness.
Number of Pages15
PublisherAustralian and New Zealand Academy of Management / eContent Management Pty Ltd
External Author AffiliationsCharles Darwin University; Queensland University of Technology; TBA Research Institute;