By Mehdi Khosrow-Pour
This quantity is the newest addition to the circumstances on details know-how sequence, a sequence which gives a set of case reviews concentrating on IT implementation in agencies. The circumstances integrated in instances on details expertise: classes realized, quantity 7 hide quite a few IT projects, together with company platforms, instant applied sciences, rebuilding working structures after destruction, and implementation inside non-profit enterprises. every one case contains essential information about firms operating with IT, together with key members concerned, clever steps taken or even ignored, and the ultimate undertaking results. This quantity comes in handy to IT managers and researchers, because it describes a number of eventualities of IT implementation and in addition unlucky downfalls. utilizing the real-life occasions as facilitators for lecture room dialogue, professors and scholars gain to boot from this choice of situations.
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Chinn, University of Southern Maine, USA Charlotte A. Pryor, University of Southern Maine, USA John J. Voyer, University of Southern Maine, USA EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Two systems faculty from a university was contracted to perform an analysis of information systems at the Algos Center, a small non-profit charitable organization which provides support for children and their families facing losses. The Center specifically requested help in integrating its fundraising and accounting software packages or exploring alternative software solutions.
Not-for-profit consulting. Journal of Management Consulting, 10(3), 13-16. Copyright © 2006, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. The Algos Center 29 Block, P. (2000). Flawless consulting. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. , & Silverman, L. (2003). The nonprofit sector’s $100 billion opportunity. Harvard Business Review, 81(5), 3-11. , & Taylor, J. A. (2000). Information and communication technologies: Reshaping voluntary organizations?
They wanted to clarify that they were not proposing to design and implement any new information systems, but rather to evaluate how information was being collected, stored, and reported, and to develop recommendations to improve the systems (Burt & Taylor, 2000). They wanted to set up a schedule to collect data and they also wanted to make sure that the board of directors would approve of their involvement (Cornforth, 2003). At the initial meeting, Elizabeth Medford, Vicki Hume, and Dawn Lopez explained some of the major issues they had been having with their information systems.