K-MSG-L Notes 18 (9) - ,,andwillnothave . changesaccepted,...

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techniques will not be simple to use, will not match the needs of the managers, and will not have  a required level of management possession. .. Absence of incentives for modify To get FMIS  changes accepted, choice creators must first be sold the idea that the advantages exceed threat.  However, officials are generally threat averse – introducing pc products is an advancement that  is recognized as risky. It is complicated, it demands skilled employees, and it needs procedural  changes. There is plenty of evidence of previous failing. Simultaneously, in creating countries  the IT is usually provided by expatriates, so there is room for distrust, even hostility. Second,  choice creators must be convinced it is required, i.e. that a issue prevails and, therefore, needs to  be resolved. Basing a modify on circumstances enforced by contributors, as has sometimes been 
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