Organizational Context and MIS Structure: Some Empirical Evidence

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Abstract

An empirical investigation of some relationships between organizational context and MIS structure is reported. The major findings are that MIS structure is significantly correlated with organizational structure which, in turn, is closely associated with organizational size. Additional relationships were found between organizational size and the rank of the MIS director, between implementor/user relationships and psychological climate toward MIS, and between the last two variables and degree of MIS integration.

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Author Phillip Ein-Dor and Eli Segev
Year 1982
Volume 6
Issue 3
Keywords centralization, implementor/user relationships, integration, MIS director, MIS structure, organizational size, organizational structure, propensity to pioneer, psychological climate, rank, time frame
Page Numbers 55-68