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contingency framework for information systems development.

D. E. Avison

contingency framework for information systems development.

by D. E. Avison

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Published by Aston University. Department of Computing Science and Applied Mathematics in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Phd) - Aston University, 1990.

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Open LibraryOL13907146M


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Contingency framework for information systems development by D. E. Avison Download PDF EPUB FB2

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This ­theory is based on two central findings: First Author: Jeff Reinking. The central hypothesis is that information system development is determined by contingencies. Data relate to the period for a sample of new Scottish micro firms.

Myers, Barry L. Information systems assessment: development of a comprehensive framework and contingency theory to assess the effectiveness of the information systems function., dissertation, August ; Denton, by: 3. Selecting a Systems Development Methodology: A Contingency Framework: /irmj Uncertainty and complexity are inherent characteristics of a new information system.

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