Question 1

Q: IT-enabled business change is concerned with:

(a) making business changes to match the capabilities of the purchased software packages;

(b) ensuring that all functions within the organisation use IT;

(c) using new technology developments as quickly as possible;

(d) improving business performance through the application of IT.

A: Discussion

The focus of the first three possible answers is more on the IT than the business change. In the last response, the focus is on changing business performance enabled by IT.

Q: Question 2

Which of the following ideally represents the role of technology in an IT-enabled enterprise?

(a) It is an enabler for achieving the strategy of an organisation.

(b) It is one of the external ...

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