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Information systems evaluation: A crisis of understanding (Irani and Love);
Information technology and systems justification (Gunasekaran, Ngai and McGaughey);
Revisiting the content, context and process of IS evaluation (Stockdale, Standing, Love and Irani);
How IT evaluation methods are used: Examining case research from an ANT perspective (Nijland and Willcocks);
IT project evaluation: Why more formal evaluation is not necessarily better (Thomas, Seddon and Fernandez);
Don't mention the war: Managing disbenefits (Bannister);
Spot the difference: Evaluation of custom and package applications (Entwistle and Light);
Post-implementation evaluation of IT systems: A close review of practice (Al-Yaseen, Eldabi, Paul and El-Haddadeh);
Evaluation of information providers in support of fixed-income market (Montazemi, Esfahanipour and Siam);
Evaluating actors and factors associated with healthcare information systems (Mantzana, Themistocleous, Morabito and Soulioutis);
Evalutating the governance structure for public sector IT: The UK National Programme in the Health Service (Currie);
Strategic alignment and a culture innovation: Using the SPRINT methodology to meet two challenges of information age government (Kawalek and Wastell);
Social dimension of IT/IS evaluation: Views from the public sector (Jones);
Benchmarking e-Government: Improving the national and international measurement, evaluation and comparison of e-Government (Heeks);
Evaluating e-Government infrastructure through enterprise application integration (EAI) (Kamal, Themistocleous and Morabito);
t-Government for benefit realisation: A research agenda (Sahraoui, Ghoneim, Irani and Ozkan);

About the Author

Director of Postgraduate Studies in the Department of Information Systems and Computing, Brunel University, UK. He is a non-executive director of a leading engineering company and consults for global organizations such as Royal Dutch Shell Petroleum, DERA, BMW and Adidas. Director of Research for the Working e-Business (We-B)Centre and Postgraduate Research Degree Coordinator in the School of Management Information Systems at Edith Cowan University, Australia. He also acts as the Asia Pacific Editor for Journal of Enterprise Information Management and Senior Editor for e-Government Quarterly.

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