The Design – Reality Gap: The Impact of Stakeholder Strategies on IS Implementation in Developing Countries

Abstract : A deep understanding of stakeholder strategies can be a powerful tool in helping IS researchers understand the realities of IS design and implementation in developing countries. We discuss the strategies used by stakeholders during the implementation of the first state government owned agricultural marketing information system project in India. Our main findings are that, while some stakeholder strategies were consistent with the implementation of the new system, most stakeholder strategies were not. Our findings may have important implications for the design and implementation of information systems in other developing countries.
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Ranjan Vaidya, Michael Myers, Lesley Gardner. The Design – Reality Gap: The Impact of Stakeholder Strategies on IS Implementation in Developing Countries. Governance and Sustainability in Information Systems: Managing the Transfer and Diffusion of IT (Working conference), Sep 2011, Hamburg, Germany. pp.119-134, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-24148-2_8⟩. ⟨hal-01571718⟩

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