publication . Doctoral thesis . 2016

Investigating benefits realisation process for enterprise resource planning systems

Badewi, Amgad;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: Cranfield University
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This research aims to investigate the benefit realisation process for ERP systems so as to develop a benefit realization road map whereby organisations can realize the maximum potential of their ERP systems. This research covers two areas: mechanism of implementation and the destination to change (i.e. road map). It has been found that project management and benefits management approaches are necessary for recouping benefits from investing in Information Technologies (IT) projects. Thus, Project Benefits Governance Framework (PBGF) is developed, and later tested, by combining the two approaches for the sake of realising the expected benefits from investing in IT...
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 Badewi, A., Shehab, E., (2016), “ERP Benefits Capability Framework: Orchestration Theory Perspective” Business Process Management Journal (submitted).

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters  Badewi, A. (2015), “Project Management, Benefits Management and Program Management”, Book Chapter in “Strategic Project Management: Contemporary Issues and Strategies for Developing Economies” Edited by Barclay, C. & Osei-Brison, K-M, published in USA, ISBN 9781482225129, pp. 85-104.

Conference on Manufacturing Research, Cranfield University, 19-20 September 2013, pp. 207-212.

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