St2004260Week8

St2004260Week8 - 615-260 2004615-260Enterprise...

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Unformatted text preview: 615-260 2004615-260Enterprise SystemsRMIT/Cambridge implementationWeek 8Seddon, and Shanks (2003), Lessons from the Packaged Application Software “Go Live” Failures at Cambridge and RMIT Universities: Implement in haste, repent at leisure615-260 2004Contextual factorsNo reason why external factors importantOrganisational contextTensions at University CouncilGood organisational knowledge615-260 2004Project factors under limited controlNo clear governance structureIneffective steering committeeAbsence of appropriately skilled PM or Project director until mid-2002Lack of effective change managementLack of scope or deadlineInadequate change documentsPoor stakeholder ‘buy-in’615-260 2004615-260 2004Project factors under direct control“Limited documentation to demonstrate an adequate level of project governance”“…lack of communication… between the AMS Project Team and business users…”“…status reports to the Project Steering...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course COMP 553 taught by Professor Ajay during the Spring '12 term at Ill. Chicago.

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