Qualitative Case Studies on Implementation of Enterprise Wide Systems

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Liisa von Hellens, Sue Nielsen, Jenine Beekhuyzen
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005. gada 1. janv. - 301 lappuses
This book brings together recent qualitative research studies in enterprise-wide implementations. This collection is useful as a teaching case for academia, a student reference and also for academics, researchers and IT practitioners who wish to gain a broad view of ERP implementation success and failure, This book provides relevant methodologies and recent empirical research findings in the area and includes sufficient background information for an understanding of each case but focuses on providing a rich description of more than a dozen real life cases.

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Understanding an ERP System Implementation in
40
Technology Innovation in a Small Rural Hospital
71
CULTURE AND POLITICS IN ERP ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION
86
Metaphorically Speaking Does Culture Matter?
107
Looking Back Looking In and Looking
123
Exploring the Power and Politics of a PeopleSoft
140
Tales of Resistance in an Australian University
176
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUCCESS
191
Critical Success Factors for Implementing
211
The Role of ERP and
262
The Griffith University Case
287
Index
299
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