|Subcategory:||Management & Leadership|
|Publisher:||Blackwell Science Ltd (December 31, 1993)|
|Other formats:||docx mbr doc mobi|
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Academic reputa- A Case Study Approach tions (and PhDs) have been founded on an Chris Sauer intimate knowledge of the circumstances McGraw-Hill London (1993) 369 pp which led up to a particular IS catastrophe or ISBN 1 872474 08 X the identification and development of a new category of failure.
Why Information Systems Fail: A Case Study Approach. Finally, we make a series of recommendations regarding current and future measurement of IS success. A recent study by KPMG of KM systems implementations reveals an alarmingly high failure and disappointment rate, with more than half of the failures attributable to inadequate user training and education (though remarkably this goes essentially unremarked upon). Librarians are skilled in user education and training.
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Abstract The rate of information system project failure remains high in.Why information systems fail: a case study approach. Simon Bell, A. Trevor Wood-Harper.
Abstract The rate of information system project failure remains high in comparison with other high-tech projects. The objectives of this paper are firstly, to create a systemic framework that is broad enough to represent a wide range of possible factors that may impact systems performance; and secondly, to use the framework to delineate and assess the impact of different classes of influencing factors.
For example, a case study in medicine may examine a specific patient a doctor treated, and a case study in business might.
For example, a case study in medicine may examine a specific patient a doctor treated, and a case study in business might study a particular business's strategy. Generally, a case can be nearly any unit of analysis, including individuals, organizations, events, or actions.
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