INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES REASONS FOR FAILURE JORDAN – CASE STUDY
Maha T. El-Mahied and
Evon Abu-Taieh ()
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Maha T. El-Mahied: Computer Information Systems, The Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, P O Box 13190, Amman 11942, Jordan
Chapter 44 in Knowledge Management:Nurturing Culture, Innovation, and Technology, 2005, pp 505-510 from World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
AbstractThis paper discusses the hindering factors for the success of Information Systems in Developing Countries. As such Jordan was taken as a case study for this paper at hand. The research paper found 15 hindering factors that were discussed in this paper. The research suggests six ways to elevate some of the hindering factors.
Keywords: Knowledge Management; Knowledge Sharing; Knowledge Discovery; KM Tools and Technologies; Communication and Organization Culture (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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