This document provides guidance on building, delivering and implementing an it investment aka project or solution. A project or solution must be delivered in accordance with the promise of value or contract established at the business case stage so on-time and on-budget are really the beginning of successful project delivery.
The authors contend that a lot of IT projects are disasters waiting to happen! And the really bad news? They will likely take the company and your career down with them!
The authors make the case for using enterprise architecture planning and models for project optimization because it is uniquely positioned to unearth the root causes of project performance and failure.
This presentation discusses metrics to monitor and manage project health – these metrics are essential to track project success and feed into critical IT decisions from toll gates to project portfolio management.
This guide provides an overview of the Public Value Assessment Tool (PVAT) to assess, in a structured way, the public value of a government initiative so that an agency can review the expected public value across their entire portfolio of open government initiatives.
How do you measure return on investment in the public or government or not for profit sector that do not produce revenues or profits and differentiation is really not a factor? Public Return on Investment (ROI) is a framework for measuring value of IT investments in these environments.
This paper proposes enhancements to the Delone and McLean Information Systems Success Model based upon 10 years of research since its introduction in 1998.. The authors also discuss the use of this model to assess e-commerce system success. They also make recommendations for current and future measurement of IS success.<br />
This paper discusses the impact of emerging technology and changing user needs on the success of information systems and proposes an extension to the DeLone and McLean IS Success Model.
This paper presents a validated measurement framework and model for assessing enterprise systems success.
This paper presents a framework to assess IT/IS project success and confirms the importance of 1) managing user expectations 2) communications in the success of Information Technology.