COMPUTERISED INFORMATION SYSTEMS: COMPARISON OF RELATIVE IMPACTS ON PLANNED PROJECT DURATION WITHIN A MULTI-PROJECT ENVIRONMENT by ProQuest

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As more organisations acquire project management computerised information systems (CIS) to ensure the efficient scheduling of projects, there is increasing interest in the extent to which various CIS contribute to a reduction in planned project duration. However, there seems to be no empirical research that suggests that CIS have a positive impact on planned duration or how relative impacts could vary when different CIS are implemented. This paper reports on experimental research that evaluates and draws comparisons between the relative impacts of three CIS on planned project delivery within a specific, real, multi-project environment, and investigates the reasons for such variations. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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									    COMPUTERISED INFORMATION SYSTEMS: COMPARISON OF RELATIVE IMPACTS ON
       PLANNED PROJECT DURATION WITHIN A MULTI-PROJECT ENVIRONMENT

                              S. Govender1 and H. Steyn2
              2
                  Department of Engineering and Technology Management
                          University of Pretoria, South Africa
                                 herman.steyn@up.ac.za

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