Zmud, Robert W.; Cox, James F.
June 1979
MIS Quarterly;Jun79, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p35
Academic Journal
This article develops an approach to MIS implementation deemed necessary when a substantial amount of organizational change is intended or expected once a proposed MIS becomes operational. The approach focuses upon the roles adopted by and the interrelations among implementation participants, and the role of education in implementation.


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