Efficacy of Richard Nolan Growth Model in HRIS with Special Reference to Medium Scale Textile Industries
C. Y. S. Krishna
Jay Prakash Narayan College of Engineering
Assam University - Department of Business Administration
December 27, 2011
This paper deals with efficacy of technologies in system and evaluates, assesses the stages of growth model in HRIS paving to e-age. The momentum of liberalization, required a change in the corporate strategies followed by the organizations. Researchers have struggled for decades to develop stages of growth models that are both theoretically founded and empirically validated. In this research study it confined to levels of abiding to the stages of growth model of MIS/HRIS concepts in medium scale textile industry. As the core part of the study concerns with the concepts of MIS/HRIS that form the foundation for all IS implementation of strategic significance. The study is thus has wide range in significance to all industries implementing MIS/HRIS irrespective of their size and turnover. The findings of the study are purported to their significant impact on academic students and industry equally. Further research based on an ‘evolutionary’ view of computing growth is suggested as a means of improving theories of computing in organizations.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 10
Keywords: management information system, human resource information system, Nolan model, stages of growth model, information systems, digitalizing, web technologies
JEL Classification: 033working papers series
Date posted: December 27, 2011
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