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Accurate estimation of information systems development costs is important to management. Political behavior may compromise the estimating process. This research sought to validate a political perspective of cost estimating. A survey of 116 information systems managers and analysts revealed that...
Management of I/S personnel has consistently ranked among the top concerns of MIS management. Similarly, from the employee's perspective, there are indications that the lack of attention to careers and career planning is a key problem facing I/S personnel. These issues are addressed by further...
This paper reports results from a survey of IS graduates of twenty-two bachelor's level IS programs across the United States. The survey asked the graduates about their current positions: type of organization, type of work, major duties, salary, and certification. In addition, the survey asked...
The purpose of this paper is to determine the extent to which information system (IS) personnel form an occupational community. To this end, a model of an occupational community is developed. Occupational communities are hypothesized to form when people are highly involved in and identify with...
Computerized work monitoring is an important and increasingly popular area of business research. It is also a difficult topic to study, as conflicting and inconsistent results demonstrate. This paper discusses issues facing researchers who study the impact of these systems. The issues discussed...
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