Managers ’ Perceptions of Information System Project Success

  title={Managers ’ Perceptions of Information System Project Success},
  author={Dirk Basten and Dominik Joosten and Werner Mellis},
The adequate measurement of information system project success is a yet unsolved problem. Although researchers agree on the concept’s multi-dimensionality, a generally accepted definition does still not exist. This article presents findings from a confirmatory study with 86 projects to test three alternative approaches to measure information system project success using the project managers’ subjective perceptions of project success and its potential dimensions. Our results suggest that the… CONTINUE READING

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