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What is strategic enterprise management?
Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) refers to the management techniques, metrics and related tools (such as computer software) designed to assist companies in making high-level (strategic) decisions.
Typically, a business using SEM would incorporate a strategic information system, to manage information and assist in strategic decision making. A strategic information system has been defined as, "The information system to support or change enterprise's strategy." by Charles Wiseman (Strategy and Computers 1985). Sprague has defined three classifications of strategic information systems:
Key concepts in strategic enterprise management include:
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