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2010 | 43 | 6 | 233-237
Article title

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS: RE-EVALUATION OF THE RADICAL TRANSFORMATIONS 1980-2010

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The idea of this paper is to review and summarize the complex interplay between information technology (IT) and organization in stages that impacted radically both the organizational structure and the evolution of effectiveness and economic performance. We could identify five major stages where the underlying technology, the typical organizational structure, and the criteria of performance or business success changed, increasing the complexity of evaluation models proposed. It seemed that the effectiveness impacts of IT escalated from the individual to the team level, from the organizational to the virtual ecosystem level, and from the corporate to the national or global level. Therefore, the IT productivity paradox could not be refuted until 2003.
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  • Markku Saaksjarvi, Helsinki School of Economics, Aalto University, Finland
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11SIAAAA09081
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bwmeta1.element.7d5d8e07-06a5-3d32-afed-43e7514b8f92
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