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The Lessons Learned

  • Trevor J. Bentley
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Abstract

Any survey, no matter how successful, will always provide a number of lessons for the researcher and for those subjected to the research. The survey described in this book is no exception to this rule. The lessons I learned, both during the dialogue with management and afterwards in the analysis process, fell into four categories:
  1. 1

    Improved management awareness of the limitations of formal information systems

     
  2. 2

    The improved understanding on behalf of the researcher of management’s needs

     
  3. 3

    Some breaking down of the communications barrier between systems personnel and management

     
  4. 4

    A greater understanding of the role of information vis-à-vis decision making

     

Keywords

Lesson Learn Communication Barrier Manager Talking Design Information System Work Decision 
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© Trevor J. Bentley 1981

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