Exit strategy in the implementation of Information Technology Systems
Pugh, Todd W
Haga, William J.
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This thesis proposes that planning for the implementation of information technology projects include an exit strategy. The military origins of exit strategy are reviewed along with corporate formulations of exit strategies in plans for non-technology investments. Cultural, political and organizational barriers to exit strategy are considered. Suggestions are made for further research
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