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Evaluating IS/IT projects and deciding on their continuation has been hampered by the problem of equivocality. Equivocal situations hinder decision-makers to clearly recognise potential problems and implications of these decisions, as well as to decide the course of action in a purposeful fashion. However, little attention has been devoted to examine the(More)
Project evaluations are highly crucial for organizations to manage their information systems and technology project portfolios. This study postulates equivocal situations as the source of dilemmas hindering stakeholders to achieve proper evaluation and purposeful decisions. We examine three factors that are conceived to have high association with equivocal(More)
Information systems and technology (IS/IT) projects are perceived as ventures that are prone to failure. An evaluation as part of IS/IT governance and control is highly important for stakeholders, to lessen the risk and the failure of such projects. However, decision-makers often encounter difficulties when evaluating and making decisions regarding the(More)
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