Power: A critical systems development factor
Information system development methodologies for complex management support systems require the information analyst to utilize concepts and techniques which are frequently viewed as being too intangible and abstract. The analyst's knowledge and techniques must accommodate the increased variations and complexities which commonly exist for management support systems at all levels of management. In this article, power is examined as an information systems development concept and as a basis for a technique which will enable the information analyst to identify the information requirements for management support systems more effectively.
Information Technology and Cybersecurity
Information Analyst, Management Information Systems, Power, Systems analysis, Systems design
Swanson, Neil E. "Power: A critical systems development factor." Information & Management 9, no. 4 (1985): 209-213.
Information and Management