A model of factors affecting an information system's change in state

  title={A model of factors affecting an information system's change in state},
  author={Jon Heales},
  journal={Journal of Software Maintenance},
Management are keen to maximize the life span of an information system because of the high cost, organizational disruption, and risk of failure associated with the re-development or replacement of an information system. This research investigates the effects that various factors have on an information system’s life span by understanding how the factors affect an information system’s stability. The research builds on a previously developed two-stage model of information system change whereby an… CONTINUE READING
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