How to Survive a Management Assessment

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This paper describes a procedure of evaluating a company’s information system effectiveness relative to business objectives and/or industry practice. The focus of this process, called a management assessment, is on the management aspects of the relationship between the user and the information system organization. In addition to describing the process, the paper examines why a management assessment should be conducted and the role of the information systems executive in the process.

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Author Gerald L. Matlin
Year 1977
Volume 1
Issue 1
Keywords Management assessment of information systems, system effectiveness, system efficiency
Page Numbers 11-17