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Part III: Transformational Project Work > Chapter 2: Moving Beyond the Current ...

Chapter 2: Moving Beyond the Current Situation

1.The Standish Group International. Chaos. 1994. Dennis, MA, pp. 2–7.
2.Ibid.
3.Bulkeley, William M. 1996. When Things Go Wrong. The Wall Street Journal, technology supplement. (Nov. 18); and King, Julia. 1997. IS Reins in Runaway Projects. Computerworld (Feb. 24): 1.
4.Maglitta, Joseph E. 1995. Anxious Allies. Computerworld Special Report. (June 12): 5–9.
5.Ibid., p. 6.
6.Ibid., p. 5.
7.Fortune. 1997. Fortune 500 Ranked by Performance (Apr. 28): F-28.
8.Ewusi-Mensah, Kweku. 1997. Critical Issues in Abandoned Information Systems Development Projects. Communications of the ACM (Sept.): 75–76.
9.Information Technology Association of America. 1998. Help Wanted: A Call for Collaborative Action for the New Millenium. Arlington, VA (Jan. 12): 3, 7.
10.Garner, Rochelle, and David Weldon. 1998. The Numbers Game. Computerworld (Jan. 26): 89.
11.Melymuka, Kathleen. 1997. We’re in the Money. Computerworld (Sept. 1): 62.
12.Garner, Rochelle, and David Weldon. 1998. The Numbers Game. Computerworld (Jan. 26): 89; and Garner, Rochelle. 1998. Pressure Gap: Transforming the IT Workforce. Computerworld (Feb. 2): 76.
13.Garner, Rochelle, and David Weldon. 1998. The Numbers Game. Computerworld (Jan. 26): 89.
14.Williamson, Miryam. 1998. Quarterly Hiring Outlook: No Day at the Beach. Computerworld (Apr. 6): 84–85.
15.Clark, Charles E., et al. 1997. Building Change-Readiness Capabilities in the IS Organization: Insights from the Bell Atlantic Experience. MIS Quarterly (Dec. 1997): 427, 430, 432.
16.Brooks, Frederick P., Jr. 1995. The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering. Anniversary ed. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, p. 255.
17.Quoted in LaPlante, Alice. 1995. Scope Grope. Computerworld (Mar. 20): 81.
18.McConnell, Steve. 1996. Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press, pp. 168, 197.
19.Kiewel, Brad. 1998. Measuring Progress in Software Development. PM Network (Jan.): 32.
20.Gause, Donald C., and Gerald M. Weinberg. 1989. Exploring Requirements: Quality before Design. New York: Dorset House, p. 277.
21.McConnell, p. 47.
22.King, Julia. 1997. IS Reins in Runaway Projects. Computerworld (Feb. 24): 16, and presentation slide with note from The Standish Group International.
23.Brooks. 1986. No Silver Bullet reprint, p. 186.
24.Archibald, Russell D. 1992. Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects. 2d ed. New York: John Wiley, p. 10.
25.Cash, James I., F. Warren McFarland, and James L. McKenney. 1992. Corporate Information Systems Management: The Issues Facing Senior Executives. 3d ed. Homewood, IL: Business One Irwin, p. 9.
26.Archibald. 1993. Re-Tooling the Project-Driven Organization. PM Network (Nov.): 7.
27.Nadler and Hibino, p. 97.
28.Gates, Bill, with Nathan Myhrvold and Peter Rinearson. 1996. The Road Ahead. Rev. ed. New York: Viking Penguin, p. 157.



  

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