Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 1, January

Analyze Cognitive Process of Information Requirement Analysis
INTRODUCTION Information requirement analysis is the early phase of information systems development. During information requirement analysis, information analysts capture, understand, and translate users' information requirements into requirement...
A Survey of Information Systems Development Project Performance
CURRENT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) ISSUES The rate of information systems development project failure in the 1980s and 1990s was routinely documented to be above 50%, the larger the development; the more likely it was unsuccessful (SIMPL &...
Design Principles of Help Systems for Digital Libraries
INTRODUCTION The problem addressed by this project is that help-seeking situations are not well understood and at the same time, the design of help functionalities has proceeded without the benefit of such knowledge. The consequence is that the...
Developing a Prototype for Determining Alternative Sources of Natural Gas Supply
INTRODUCTION Despite its rapid growth in recent years, Liquefied natural gas (LNG) remains a relatively small contributor to world gas demand (under 7% of the total world gas demand in 2005) and even to total internationally traded gas, (about 22%...
Knowledge Management Capabilities Consensus: Evidence from a Delphi Study
INTRODUCTION The Delphi method, more and more known by mid- to long-term strategy development specialists, aims to collect via an open survey the justified opinions from a panel of experts in different spheres of activities. The procedure based...
The Role of Consultants in the Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
INTRODUCTION Organizations implement enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to solve their accounting, scheduling, and production problems and because existing business practices and procedures are inadequate to meet their current or future...