Michael Lloyd-Williams

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In this paper we consider the synergy between two areas of IS literature: that concerned with the evaluation of information systems and that concerned with explaining the phenomenon of IS failure. On the basis of an analysis of both such areas a model is developed which attempts to integrate IS evaluation into the life-cycle of information systems(More)
It is estimated that there are 35.6 million people with dementia worldwide and this is projected to increase to over 115 million by the year 2050. Dementia is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that significantly reduces survival. End-of-life care received by this group is often poor and does not equate to that offered in other life limiting illnesses.(More)
In this paper we wish to examine the phenomenon of Y2K as an instance of information systems failure. Taking this particular stance on the issue leads we feel to a number of interesting areas that demand further investigation. We first review the current phenomenon of Y2K and discuss some of the relevant work in the area of IS failure. The topic of IS(More)