Developing The Framework Of Information And Communication Technology Strategic Planning For State Islamic Universities In Indonesia


Many previous studies have shown that the Information and Communication Technology Strategic Planning (ICTSP) process is often failing in the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) implementation. The existing ICTSP frameworks are not universal. The purpose this study is to develop the ICTSP frameworks that in line with the concept of Islamic values, system, culture, mindset, bureaucracy, and politics prevailing in the Islamic Higher Education in Indonesia (IHE’s ICTSP framework). In this developmental study, both qualitative and quantitative methods were followed. The data collection techniques included Focus Group Discussion and Survey. Besides the qualitative analysis methods, the researcher used descriptive and inferential statistics with the Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test method. The IHE’s ICTSP framework was developed in five stages, namely: developing initiatives, determining the direction of ICT implementation, assessing and analyzing the organizational environment, formulating strategies, and designing ICT implementation. Statistically, analysis results are showed that the effectiveness of ICTSP process stages is no difference; the second, the completeness of ICTSP process stages and activities component is a difference; the third, the compatibility of the ICTSP process with an institution background is a difference; and the fourth, the term and meaning of ICTSP process is a difference too.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 2846-2861

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201247