Repairing ERP : Producing Social Order to Create a Working Information System

@inproceedings{Wagner2006RepairingE,
  title={Repairing ERP : Producing Social Order to Create a Working Information System},
  author={Erica L. Wagner and Sue Newell},
  year={2006}
}
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is used to enable organizational change. The challenges of implementing these integrated software products have recently dominated academic and practitioner literatures. Given that it is difficult for organizations to stop such projects once started, the authors'approach is to focus on how to make troubled ERP projects work. A narrative methodology is adopted to analyze a strategic initiative between a university that partnered with an ERP vendor… CONTINUE READING
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