A Structural Model of Implementation

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Randall Schultz

University of Iowa - Henry B. Tippie College of Business

Michael J. Ginzberg

University of Delaware - Business Administration

Henry C. Lucas Jr.

New York University (NYU)

Date Written: 1983

Abstract

A general model of the management science implementationprocess is presented based on the results of more than ten yearsof implementation research. A multiple-equation representationof that model is developed for one important class of implementation,the two-stage implementation, in which it is necessaryto gain both user and management acceptance of the system beingimplemented. The postulated model represents an advance in atleast three ways: (a) it integrates previous findings; (b) itgeneralizes across settings; and (c) it is testable as a whole.

Suggested Citation

Schultz, Randall and Ginzberg, Michael J. and Lucas Jr., Henry C., A Structural Model of Implementation (1983). Information Systems Working Papers Series, Vol. , pp. -, 1983. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1290167

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Henry C. Lucas Jr.

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