Information project selection is an important and recurring activity in many organizations. Establishing a systematic project selection model thus is important for organizations. However, information system project selection is made difficult by the need to consider numerous quantitative and qualitative factors, such as business goals, benefits, project risks and limitations in available resources. This study proposes a hybrid measurement model for evaluating the overall effects of information projects. The selection model generates critical, quantitative and qualitative indicators to help managers realize the advantages/disadvantages of operational conditions. This hybrid selection model not only accelerates project evaluation and selection, but also helps organizations optimize project selection and thus achieve sustainable development.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 13, 2011
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