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H. and WARD, S. (1995) ‘Addressing the need for ﬂexibility in information systems’, Journal of Management Systems, 7(2), 43–60. , MASON, G. and SHARPE, T. (1994) Reshaping IT for Business Flexibility, London: McGraw-Hill. W. (1976) ‘Software engineering’, IEEE Transactions on Computing, December, 1226–41. U. (1993) Teams, Markets and Systems, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 10. 24 Adaptability and Flexibility in IS Development The Economist (1990) ‘How computers can choke companies’, The Economist, 9 June, 65.
I know I should think and plan ahead, and I have to for my jobs, but apart from that, just get me thro’ today please. (A1706, female, artist from Shoreham by Sea) I have never, but never, planned for the future as it is a fact that has sometimes caused me concern, but of cause I have also reached the age when nothing on earth can make me do what ever is sensible. I only live for today. (T2459, male, a retired railway clerk from Birkenhead) I tend to not plan very far into the future, probably because I am a bit of a fatalist and expect any long-term plans to be upset.
The CSF approach, as conceived by Rockart (1979), is essentially an IS planning methodology for top level management. , p. 217) deﬁnes critical success factors as: The limited number of areas in which results, if they are satisfactory, will ensure successful competitive performance for the organisation. They are the few key areas where ‘things must go right’ for the business to ﬂourish. If the results in these areas are not adequate, the organisations efforts for the period will be less than desired.