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Exploring the business case process for IT enabled investments
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Abstract
Although some organisations still develop weak business cases, the vast majority does an adequate job in order to build a sound justification for their investment decision-making. However, according to some scholars, a transformation is therefore in which the perspective on business cases shifts from document thinking to process thinking. This study presents a part of an exploration of a process perspective on business cases. In order to achieve this objectives, a group of academic and practitioner experts participated in a Delphi study and validated in total 31 business case practices, of which the majority was perceived as highly effective to support the objectives of a business case process. The paper ends with an exploration of the practical application of business case process practices in the context of COBIT 5, as an instance of a widely used practitioners framework.
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English
Source (journal)
International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance
Publication
2015
Volume/pages
6:2(2015), p. 14-30
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Creation 05.10.2015
Last edited 11.12.2015
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