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Agile information system development (ISD) projects are often characterized by high levels of information asymmetry, a condition when one party has imperfect information about the other. This condition can negatively affect IS development, especially in the agile context, which promises fast development cycles and the ability to cope with frequentl...
Information systems development (ISD) project control has been traditionally seen as a tool against agency concerns, i.e. to align the interests of project participants with the organization’s interests. However, this perspective barely fits into the agile worldview. Agile methods, that became popular choices for ISD projects, shifted away from the...
Why do IT project managers control their projects? As stated in the majority of existing litera-ture on information systems, it is because project participants are self-interested parties with goal incongruence and information asymmetry between them. Accordingly, the relationship be-tween controller and controlee has been generally described as sim...
Control is often implemented in IS projects to increase project success. A typical control relationship involves two parties: A controller, who is executing control and a controllee, who is being controlled. While there is no doubt that effective and efficient control can positively influence project success, previous research has mainly focused on...
A szerzők tanulmányukban az információbiztonság egy merőben új, minőségi változást hozó találmányával, a kvantumkulcscserével (QKD-vel – quantum key distribution) foglalkoznak. Céljuk az, hogy az újdonságra mint informatikai biztonsági termékre tekintsenek, és megvizsgálják a bevezetéséről szóló vállalati döntés során felmerülő érveket, ellenérveke...