Implementing the Defense Resource Management model in emerging democracies
Haga, William J.
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This thesis examines the political organizational and cultural barriers to the implementation of the U.S. Defense Resource Management Model (DRMM) decision support system by the Ministry of Defense in Hungary between 1995 and 2000. It surveys the heritage of the Warsaw Pact alliance on military planning in Hungary prior to 1989. A detailed description of the DRMM system is provided along with an implementation history of DRMM in Hungary. Factors in the implementation failure are examined and suggestions are offered for improving the management of software and systems implementation in the future.
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