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Re-assessing the importance of necessary or sufficient conditions of critical success factors in IT project success: a fuzzy settheoretic approach

@inproceedings{Poon2011ReassessingTI,
  title={Re-assessing the importance of necessary or sufficient conditions of critical success factors in IT project success: a fuzzy settheoretic approach},
  author={S. Poon and R. Young and Sepehr Irandoost and L. Land},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2011}
}
Despite more than fifty years of intensive effort, the issue of IT project failure remains unresolved. It has been suggested that conventional approaches may be misdirecting project management effort and moreover research shows top management support to be of critical importance (e.g. Young and Jordan 2008; Tichy and Bascom 2008). However, existing empirical evidence may have a strong reliance on selective exemplary cases of top management support and they do not account for counterexamples and… Expand
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