Personality differences within systems project teams: Implications for designing solving centers

@inproceedings{Bostrom1981PersonalityDW,
  title={Personality differences within systems project teams: Implications for designing solving centers},
  author={Robert P. Bostrom and Kate M. Kaiser},
  booktitle={SIGCPR '81},
  year={1981}
}
Information systems for large firms are typically designed by a group of people which is made up of users and system personnel. The management information system (MIS) literature discusses a communication gap between the organization-oriented users and the more technical systems staff. It has been hypothesized that system personnel and users are different in terms of personality and behavioral characteristics and that these differences are one of the primary reasons for the existence of a… CONTINUE READING
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