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These benefits have therefore not directly been observed in the empirical material; instead they have been constructed from the effect analysis. This way of analysis progression can be seen as congruent to the idea of the abductive method as it is described by Alvesson & Sköldberg (Ibid). They write that during the abduction process the empirical material is developed gradually together with adjustments in the theoretical material. RESEARCH DESIGN SUMMARY A positivistic approach Mainly qualitative methods Generic process descriptions based on interviews and secondary data Abductive approach for drawing conclusions Figure 3- 1: An illustration of the connection that exists in this dissertation between the different methods that have been discussed earlier in the chapter.
Concerning IT investment, this type of effect is the one that primarily has been in focus since the term IT was introduced by Leavitt and Whisler (1958). One benefit of IT that they pointed out was that it allowed fewer people to do more work because certain operations could be more or less automatized. Informational effects are possible to achieve if the opportunities that IT offers in collecting, storing, processing, and disseminating information are properly utilized. Value from informational effects can be gained through for example enhanced decision quality and employee empowerment.
But, as mentioned in chapter 1, they are also a part of the ITOP research program. This means that the graphic industry has been chosen as a research object based on requirements founded in the ITOP program. The industry studied should be a production industry that during the past decades has adapted IT in its processes. Furthermore, the industries chosen for the program17 are in previous research often not considered as IT intensive as for example the banking industry. I was also, when choosing which industry to conduct research on, driven by a personal interest of the business, based on earlier experiences.
Beyond IT and productivity How digitization transformed the graphic industry by Mathias Coster.