As a strategic resource, an organization's information system (IS) often determines its competitive advantage. Literature have indicated that many organizational factors influence IS performance. However, the effects of these factors may be different for organizations with different distin ctive information management (IM) strategies. This applies the methodology developed by Sabherwal and Chan (2001) to convert organizational strategic profiles to Miles and Snow (1978) typology, validates the methodology and examines the impact of a set of organizational variables on IS performance in each IM strategic profile type. Managerial implications of the findings are also discussed.

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