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作者 Boutte, Joseph P
書名 Information Technology Decision Making for the Intelligence Community: A Delphi Study
國際標準書號 9781124482477
book jacket
說明 256 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 72-04, Section: A, page: 1360
Adviser: Diane M. Hughes
Thesis (D.M.)--University of Phoenix, 2010
This qualitative study, using a three-round Delphi method, developed an information technology (IT) decision-making framework for use in the U.S. intelligence community (IC). The primary focus of IT decision making in the IC is to provide capabilities that meet the needs and requirements to conduct effective intelligence operations and mitigate expensive IT failures. An initial panel of 25 experts from across the federal government provided data for the study via the Delphi Decision Aid. The expert panel provided open-ended, subjective responses to the study questions. NVivo 8 qualitative software served as the tool to organize, analyze, and present findings. The findings indicated numerous processes are available or in place across the government that might be conducive to mitigating gaps and deficiencies in current IC IT decision making. The findings provided foundational processes for a new model. A thorough literature review and the opinions of expert panelists resulted in a compilation of processes, ideas, recommendations, and lessons learned to inform leadership, change cultural barriers, and define an enhanced IT decision-making framework for the IC
School code: 0850
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 72-04A
主題 Business Administration, Management
Information Technology
Sociology, Organization Theory
Alt Author University of Phoenix
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