Savoie, M. J. (2016). Building successful information systems: Five best practices to ensure organizational effectiveness and profitability (2nd ed.). Business Expert Press. Chapters 11 (Putting It All Together) and 12 (Making It Work) are directly relevant to the exercise of tying all of the information together. The Business Process Ladder,related Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), and essential aspects that must be included when presenting to the C-Suite (executive level stakeholders) are covered.
Zhang, H., Veltri, A., Calvo-Amodio, J., & Haapala, K. R. (2021). Making the business case for sustainable manufacturing in small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises: A systems decision-making approach. Journal of Cleaner Production, 287. This article discusses the importance of presenting a business case based on the understanding of the dynamic relations of complex behaviors present in some manufacturing environments. The authors make a business case for enhanced sustainability practices by establishing a systems framework to map and analyze the interconnections.
Velenturf, A. P. M., & Jopson, J. S. (2019). Making the business case for resource recovery. Science of the Total Environment, 648, 1031–1041. This article demonstrates how to write business cases for resource recovery using a significant number of themes to address making a solid business case for a resource recovery solution that delivers economic and environmental growth.
Liu, L., Li, W., Aljohani, N. R., Lytras, M. D., Hassan, S., & Nawaz, R. (2020). A framework to evaluate the interoperability of information systems – Measuring the maturity of the business process alignment. International Journal of Information Management, 54. This article discusses the process for assessing alignment between business processes using a case study that compares various departments having business processes that are shared.