of the Association of Management EXTENDING THE GABLE ET AL . ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS SUCCESS MEASUREMENT MODEL : A PRELIMINARY STUDY

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  title={of the Association of Management EXTENDING THE GABLE ET AL . ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS SUCCESS MEASUREMENT MODEL : A PRELIMINARY STUDY},
  author={Princely Ifinedo},
  year={2006}
}
Measuring the success of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems for adopting organizations is an emerging area of research. Our study complements the growing body of knowledge in this area as we attempt to extend the dimensions of success in the measurement model proposed by Gable and colleagues [20, 57, 60]. Overall, this study employed a three-phase approach to enhance its validity; however, in this paper we will focus on the findings from the major phase. In the study’s main phase, we… CONTINUE READING

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Do Top and Mid-level Managers View Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Success Measures Differently?

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  • International Journal of Management and…
  • 2006
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