Prototyping mediators to project performance: Learning and interaction
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Syst. Softw.
prototyping; social perspective; organizational technology learning; user-IS interaction; project performance; INFORMATION-SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT; UNCERTAINTY; MANAGEMENT; RISK; TECHNOLOGY; DESIGN; MODEL; Computer Science, Software Engineering; Computer Science, Theory &; Methods
The prototyping approach has been considered to be a more effective systems development methodology than the traditional systems development life cycle approach. Prototyping provides a framework for meaningful social interaction between system users and developers. This research examines the social contextual factors that determine the performance of information system projects and addresses the social perspectives of system development methodologies within the prototyping development framework. This study suggests that the full mediators of the prototyping approach were organizational technology learning and user-IS interaction effectiveness. Organizations should use prototyping in situations where these mediators are important to the development process and are not achieved through other organizational practice. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Journal of Systems and Software
Article; Proceedings Paper
"Prototyping mediators to project performance: Learning and interaction" (2006). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5931.