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- It is argued that IS/IT cannot create a competitive advantage for an organization. Do you agree or disagree?

- Organizational IT/IS Strategy is too important to be left to the CIO and the IT department. Do you agree or disagree?

State your position and support it with internal and external references.

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"It is argued that IS/IT cannot create a competitive advantage for an organization. Do you agree or disagree?"

-- I disagree with this statement. While talking about the competitive advantage for an organization, we think what could be the organization's biggest competitive advantage that enables value creation - would it be the people inside it, processes, products, business model or infrastructure as a whole? Are all of these considered all together or is it something different? Well, before we can think of what creates a competitive advantage we should understand the infrastructure that supports what it is and how is it created.

In the past century, organizations were based on an infrastructure that included the electric ...

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This 450 word solution discusses the competitive advantages that an IS/IT strategy can provide for an organization. Additionally, it discusses whether organizational IT/IS strategy should be left to the CIO and the IT department.

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