The Growing Risks of Information Systems Success
This article describes the risks of information systems success achieved in the absence of appropriate regard for the potential impacts. A framework, developed from some general considerations of using technological change for competitive advantage, is proposed as a way of assessing the risks. Finally, some suggestions are made for management policies and procedures to insure that potentially high-risk projects receive the appropriate degree of attention before they are implemented.
|Author||Michael R. Vitale|
|Keywords||Management of computing, administrative data processing, competitive information systems|