Changes in Management Support/Information Systems and Barriers in Implementing These Methods: The Case of Poland and India
Dawid Lahutta and
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Dawid Lahutta: Maria Curie Sklodowska University, Poland
Pawel Wronski: Maria Curie Sklodowska University, Poland
Changes in management information and support systems play a key role in the overall management process in the company. It is even more important in nowadays economy because of the rapid changes in the business environment of the enterprise. Implementing new solutions in management systems is a complicated process and it encounters numbers of barriers. The main purpose of this article is to analyze and describe problems which may appear during the implementation of MIS/MSS. Case studies used in the article help to outline barriers and problems so the whole process may proceed fluently. They also show how important is human capital and knowledge during the changes in every area of management. Not only the managers but each and every employee. Description of the Polish case in the first part of the article is then compared to the Indian case described in the second part. Conclusions learned during the comparison bring out the recurrence of the barriers managers have to face in each case. Systematizing them will not eliminate them but will help to understand them and handle them in a proper way being aware of what managers implementing innovation in MIS/MSS are facing.
Keywords: management support systems; management information systems; barriers in the implementation of management support/information systems; case study (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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