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Success in Information Systems Projects: Exploring the Role of Justice Perception

By Saifur Rahman Bhuiyan and Pankaj Setia


Lack of effective information systems (IS) project performance has been a concern for practitioners and academics alike. Previous literature has studied managerial attributes such as governance, knowledge, and individual attributes mainly focused on project leadership as antecedents to project performance. This study makes an effort to shift the focus to IS professionals who are at the core of IS projects. Specifically, we examine whether IS professionals’ perceptions of justice influence project performance. Eighty four (84) IS professionals from various organizations participated in a survey conducted to study the research question. The study reveals that significant relationship exists between IS professional’s perception of justice and IS project performance. The research will likely enrich IS project management literature by utilizing a novel way to understand IS project performance

Publisher: AIS Electronic Library (AISeL)
Year: 2017
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