Why Information Systems Fail: A Case Study Approach

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Alfred Waller, Jan 1, 1993 - Business information services - 369 pages
This work discusses some of the reasons for failure of information systems and the problems of developing information systems in organizations. It is based on an understanding of the limitations preventing developers from adequately managing the organizational environment of their systems.

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Contents

The Information Systems Process
10
The Nature of Failure
18
Understanding Organisations
34
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