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Project Planning and Management

  • Georges Weil
  • Patrice Francois
  • Thomas Rosenal
  • Ann Warnock-Matheron
  • Marie Soulsby
  • Arlene Weidner
  • Gitta Kulczycki
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)

Abstract

Modern information technology is far more than a collection of wires, resistors, chips, plastic, and sheet metal. It is the productive combination of hardware, software, human factors, and environmental factors. Implementing information technology is as much a social process as a technical one. People who are oriented to thinking of technology solely in hardware—or even software—terms have a hard time appreciating the emotional reactions that technological change issues often provoke.

Keywords

Team Member Project Management Hospital Information System Pilot Site Contract Plan 
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Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Georges Weil
  • Patrice Francois
  • Thomas Rosenal
  • Ann Warnock-Matheron
  • Marie Soulsby
  • Arlene Weidner
  • Gitta Kulczycki

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