Strategic Information Systems Planning Process

In our course text, White & Bruton (2011), identify three
phases in the strategic process of a firm: Planning, Implementation, and
Evaluation and control. As we compare the steps in more detailed
phases of the strategic management planning process (SMP) to the common
steps in various strategic information systems planning (SISP)
methodologies, we see similarities and differences within each phase
(Ferguson, 2012).

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For this discussion, you will discuss the key similarities and differences in comparing the first three phases of the SMP and SISP processes.
Describe any key similarities that you notice. Explain the key
differences that catch your attention. Understanding the Strategic
Information Systems Planning process is critical to effectively
developing the Information Technology Strategic Plan.

Your initial post should be a minimum of 250 words.

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