BCO6653 Information Technology Project Structure

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Running head: SUCCESSFUL/FAILED IT PROJECTS AND HOW THEY WERE ASSESSED
Successful/Failed IT projects and how they were assessed
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1Successful/Failed IT projects and how they were assessed
Abstract
The objectives of the report are to evaluate DIT project successful or failure in Botswana
utilizing venture measurements models. A measurements show instrument is created and used to
investigate, and translate the information. The aftereffects of the investigation demonstrates that
lion's share of IT extends in Botswana that could be helpful in providing functionalities what's
more, best satisfactory. Tragically when the tasks are evaluated against hypothetical achievement
models as well as achievement assessment criteria accessible in the proper writing they are most
certainly not up to their maximum capacity, subsequently unsuccessful. In addition, the study
also uncovers that the variables adding to the success or failure of project in their organization
and is quick in order to convey utilitarian systems.
2Successful/Failed IT projects and how they were assessed
Table of Contents
Introduction..........................................................................................................................3
Literature analysis................................................................................................................3
Current practices..................................................................................................................9
Comparison of literature and current practice...................................................................11
Conclusion.........................................................................................................................15
References..........................................................................................................................17
3Successful/Failed IT projects and how they were assessed
Introduction
The purpose of the report is doing assessment of success or failure of IT projects. IT
deployment in domains helps empowerment of human capital as well as enhances the quality of
life. In the present report, ICT policy of Botswana is taken as case study for the study. The policy
has aimed creating the enabling environments and provides universal service as well as access to
the facilities of information and communication. In order to actualize the aims of the policies, the
government could embark on IT projects in the E-government in agricultural domain,
communication, education as well as health to mention. However, some of the projects remain
successful as several factors are associated with it. Moreover, appropriate principles and
techniques are neglected to apply. Thus, it is crucial to identify the factors and assess failure or
success of the project. The study includes literature review on the present topic, current practices
as well as comparison between those two.
Literature analysis
The types of failures can be involved in information system from the project in manager’s
view point regardless of the enterprise. On the other hand, changing environment of information
technology engages it makes IS decision (Miller et al. 2014). Thus, it is able to suggest that it is
recruitment for every organizations in order to have experienced IT professionals along with
information technology system that can provide accurate as well as timely information that can
gain advantages for making IS strategic decisions.
There is a report published by Standish Group International revealing gradual as well as
promising escalation in the success rate of IT projects. It is important to have global view of the

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