Failsafe IS Project Delivery
With the increasing dependence on information technology, it is vital that organisations deliver their information systems projects effectively. However, it is here where success seems to be as elusive as ever. This book lifts the lid on the real reasons why problems with IT persist. It forces organizations to think outside the box - to consider the fundamental reasons why they persistently fail to achieve the success they seek from their information systems projects. The book is an essential read for decision makers and practitioners alike, especially CEOs, CIOs, IT Directors, IT professionals and business people who have to grapple with the issues presented in this book on a daily basis.
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