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effective changes for information systems projects essential factors for success

Effective Changes for InformationSystems Projects(Essential Factors for Success)

Louise Shipley

BSc(Hons) MBA MBCS MCMI

Balfour Beatty Power Networks

introduction
Introduction

….A successful IS project is recognised by its ability to meet (or exceed) user expectations whilst meeting business objects….

Aim

To establish how business & computing disciplines can facilitate IS project success.

Objectives

  • To review & critically evaluate relevant theoretical disciplines associated with Information system projects.
  • Apply theory & concepts from literature to form a basis for the primary analysis.
  • Identify success factors specific to IS projects.
literature review
Literature Review

People management (Change management)

Initiation

Phases

Requirements

Definition

Plan, Execute & Control

Acquisition /

Development

Implementation

Termination

Functions

Adapted from Kuruppuarachchi, et al (2002)

methodology
Methodology
  • Quantitative analysis
    • Established most frequency occurring factors suggested by authors which lead to project success.
methodology1
Methodology
  • Qualitative Analysis
    • Case study – implementation of 80+ user core business system.
    • Sample of 6 individuals from a cross-section of organisational level, business areas & working environments.
    • Semi-structured, face-to-face interviews, lasting 1-1.5 hours.
    • Use of bulleted agenda to establish key themes & provide structure, yet to be open enough to allow for additional topics which may arise.
analysis summary of findings
Analysis – Summary of Findings
  • Organisational Culture
  • Clarity and definition of objectives
  • Sponsorship from senior management / Leadership
  • Motivation through user participation and involvement in the decision making process
  • Effective teamwork.
  • Promotion of communication channels
  • Effective testing methods and techniques
is project factors for success
Testing

Objectives

Leadership

Communication

Planning and Control

Teamwork

Motivation

IS Project Factors for Success

Project Phases

Issues directly affecting people

(change management)

Initiation

Requirements

Definition

Acquisition /

Development

Implementation

Culture

Termination

louise shipley bsc hons mba mbcs mcmi balfour beatty power networks thank you for your time
Louise Shipley

BSc(Hons) MBA MBCS MCMI

Balfour Beatty Power Networks

Thank you for your time.

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