What’s Wrong with ERP in China?
ERP was introduced to Chinese organizations for about 30 years. However, the successful ERP implementation rate are always kept low, sometime even lower than 10 %. By adopting Hofstede (2001) national culture dimensions, this study provides substantive explanations and conclusions about the effects of national culture dimensions on organizations’ ERP implementation successful rate.
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