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The failure of information systems stems not from activities during their implementation but usually because of poor planning in the early stages of systems development (Bostrom and Heinen, 1977; DeBrabander and Thiers, 1984; Robey and Markus, 1984).
This research investigates executive monitoring of critical success factors (CSF) across selected business strategies. Based on a sample of 124 organizations, the extent, importance, and consistency in executive monitoring are examined, as well as the degree to which differences exist across the...
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