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dc.contributor.advisorIngham, John
dc.contributor.advisorBédard, François
dc.contributor.authorLouillet, Marie-Clairefr
dc.date.accessioned2019-08-29T13:54:29Z
dc.date.available2019-08-29T13:54:29Z
dc.date.created2019fr
dc.date.issued2019-08-29
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11143/15942
dc.description.abstractCette recherche porte sur la performance des systèmes d’information inter organisationnels dans le domaine du tourisme et, plus particulièrement, sur la performance des systèmes d’information utilisés par les organismes de gestion de la destination touristique. La démarche suivie dans l’élaboration d’un outil d’évaluation de la performance d'un système de gestion de la destination représente la principale contribution de la thèse. Cet outil analyse les effets du système de gestion de la destination sur les processus opérationnels et de gestion et ensuite, établit un lien entre l’amélioration de ces processus et la satisfaction des détenteurs d’enjeux. L’outil d’évaluation de la performance du système de gestion de la destination devient un outil de gestion qui met en évidence les possibilités d’amélioration du système de gestion de la destination.fr
dc.description.abstractAbstract: This research focuses on the performance of inter-organizational information systems in the field of tourism and, more specifically, on the performance of information systems used by destination management organizations (DMOs). The interest for these systems, the destination management systems (DMS), comes from the importance of investments and the challenges they represent for the tourism industry and for the development of the regional economy. Empirical research analysis revealed the limited success of DMS, the disappointing participation of tourism product suppliers and destination promoters in DMS, and the key challenges faced by managers at the destination management organization, resulting in the following managerial question: "How to help managers of tourist destinations manage the performance of a destination management system, taking into account the achievement of the objectives of the stakeholders? ". Given the diversity of its theoretical foundations, the research on the evaluation of information systems presents several models and still reports difficulties in assessing the impact of information technologies. To evaluate the performance of DMS, the conceptual framework of this thesis combines a process model of IS business value (Melville, Kraemer and Gurbaxani, 2004) with an integrated method of organizational performance measurement (Neely, Adams and Kennerley, 2002). The prism of the performance of Neely et al. (2002) was designed to take into account a significant number of stakeholders. The research framework was developed to produce rich data for discovery purposes. It uses an exploratory qualitative approach based on inductive reasoning and favors the case study method to answer a descriptive question. The choice of a single case with multiple groups (Embedded Case Study Research) facilitates a new understanding of the performance of a given DMS, from different perspectives, being those of the stakeholders involved. Twenty-six semi-structured interviews were conducted, of which eighteen were conducted within the DMO and eight were conducted with the tourist SMEs of the destination chosen for the study. The data were coded using CAQDAS Atlas.ti reflective software and aggregated using a matrix analysis. […]fr
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dc.publisherUniversité de Sherbrookefr
dc.rights© Marie-Claire Louilletfr
dc.rightsAttribution - Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale - Partage dans les Mêmes Conditions 2.5 Canada*
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dc.subjectSystèmes de gestion de la destination touristiquefr
dc.subjectÉvaluation des SI inter organisationnelsfr
dc.subjectImpacts TIfr
dc.subjectMéthodologie d’évaluationfr
dc.subjectÉvaluation processuellefr
dc.subjectValeur organisationnelle des SIfr
dc.subjectPrisme de la performancefr
dc.subjectDétenteurs d’enjeuxfr
dc.subjectThéorie des ressources et des compétencesfr
dc.subjectTourismfr
dc.subjectDestination management systemsfr
dc.subjectInter-organizational IS evaluationfr
dc.subjectIT impactsfr
dc.subjectProcess based IS value assessmentfr
dc.subjectPerformance prismfr
dc.subjectStakeholder theoryfr
dc.subjectResource-based viewfr
dc.titleConception d’un outil de gestion de la performance d’un système de gestion de la destination touristiquefr
dc.typeThèsefr
tme.degree.disciplineSystème d'information et méthodes quantitatives de gestionfr
tme.degree.grantorÉcole de gestionfr
tme.degree.grantotherUQTRfr
tme.degree.levelDoctoratfr
tme.degree.nameD.B.A.fr


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