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Author Irani, Zahir.
Title Evaluating Information Systems : Public and Private Sector.
Imprint Burlington : Elsevier, 2008.

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Description 1 online resource (384 pages)
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Subject Management information systems -- Evaluation -- Methodology.
Contents Front cover; Evaluating information systems: Public and private sector; Copyright page; Contents; Preface; List of contributors; Information systems evaluation: A crisis of understanding; Chapter 1 Information technology and systems justification; Chapter 2 Revisiting the content, context and process of IS evaluation; Chapter 3 How IT evaluation methods are used: Examining case research from an ANT perspective; Chapter 4 IT project evaluation: Why more formal evaluation is not necessarily better; Chapter 5 Don't mention the war: Managing disbenefits.
Chapter 6 Spot the difference: Evaluation of custom and package applicationsChapter 7 Post-implementation evaluation of IT systems: A close review of practice; Chapter 8 Evaluation of information service providers in support of the fixed-income market; Chapter 9 Evaluating actors and factors associated with healthcare information systems; Chapter 10 Evaluating the governance structure for public sector IT: The UK National Programme in the Health Servic.
Summary Companies make a huge investment of 4 to 10% of their turnover on IT--this book reveals how this is evaluated and measured.
Other Author Love, Peter.
Other Title 9780750685870