The post mortem paradox: a Delphi study of IT specialist perceptions

@article{Kasi2008ThePM,
  title={The post mortem paradox: a Delphi study of IT specialist perceptions},
  author={Vijay Kasi and Mark Keil and Lars Mathiassen and Keld Pedersen},
  journal={EJIS},
  year={2008},
  volume={17},
  pages={62-78}
}
Received: 26 July 2006 Revised: 27 September 2007 Accepted: 30 November 2007 Abstract While post mortem evaluation (PME) has long been advocated as a means of improving development practices by learning from IT project failures, few organizations conduct PMEs. The purpose of the study is to explain this discrepancy between theory and practice. This paper integrates findings from a Delphi study of what experienced practitioners perceive as the most important barriers to conducting PMEs with… CONTINUE READING
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