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Organizations use different approaches when they plan for information systems (IS). IS planning (ISP) approaches range on a continuum with two alternative approaches as the polar ends: comprehensive to incremental. For different IS-related decisions, organizations may simultaneously use different approaches. While the heterogeneity of ISP approaches has been generally acknowledged in IS research, the contingent factors that lead organizations to choose approaches that vary in comprehensivenessdoi:10.17705/1cais.03459 fatcat:tsjgpdrly5hfhjmybld37ljslq