Change Management in Information System Development and Implementation Projects

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Contributors

Bob, Bozana, Koen, Olivier, Rutger Bouwes

Authors: Z. Ćirić, L. Raković

Publication Year: 2010

Source: http://lib.uva.nl/primo_library/libweb/action/dlSearch.do?institution=UVA&onCampus=false&query=any,contains,doaj66af1110df75df15de1ffbb177e7fb27&indx=1&dym=true&lang=eng&group=GUEST&loc=adaptor,primo_central_multiple_fe&vid=UVA

Journal: Journal of Management Information Systems

Volume: 5

Issue: 2

Categories: Change Management, Change Management


Abstract

As demonstrated by numerous research studies, a major number of information system development and implementation projects tend to end in failure. As an inevitable factor of contemporary business operations, changes make a strong impact on the success of a project. As changes are inevitable, it is essential to identify them in advance, if possible, and manage them in an appropriate manner. Change management is a vital component of information system development and implementation projects, and, in addition to risk management and appropriate methodologies, increases the chances for success of a project.

Contributors

Bob, Bozana, Koen, Olivier, Rutger Bouwes