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The substantial impact of information technology (IT) on strategic management is well acknowledged by both practitioners and academics. However, there is a lack of in-depth understanding on such issues as (1) in what manners IT plays its fundamental role in strategic management and (2) how IT applications and decision makers interact with each other in this process. This paper investigates the power dimensions of IT in strategic management and the asymmetrical relationship of power-dependencedoi:10.48009/1_iis_2011_151-158 fatcat:tggdlzwccneatoevbuaxukbwaq