Frameworks – Do They Make a Valuable Contribution ? A Critique of Some of the Classic Models for use by SMEs

@inproceedings{Costello2007FrameworksD,
  title={Frameworks – Do They Make a Valuable Contribution ? A Critique of Some of the Classic Models for use by SMEs},
  author={Pat Costello and Andy Sloane and Rob Moreton and U. K.},
  year={2007}
}
Given the plethora of frameworks and models available in this area, not all could be evaluated here. This paper takes seven popular frameworks and examines aspects of IT evaluation with particular emphasis on Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The frameworks were selected from the most well known of IT evaluation research including Delone and McLean, 1992, Seddon et.al. 1999, Farbey et.al, 1999, Levy et.al., 1998. Most of the frameworks were developed for large organisations and therefore… CONTINUE READING

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