Organization

Texas Tech University

Project Description

Searching for a possibe relationship between ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Systems Implementation Success and Organizational Structure

Project Abstract

ABSTRACT


Relationship between Organizational Structure and ERP Implementation Success

In the past decade the business environment has changed dramatically. The world has become a small and very dynamic marketplace and the evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems has been a highlight in the information systems arena. The growth of ERP systems has been enormous but cost and failures have undermined its true capabilities. With respect to the high percentage of implementation failures, it is very important to study all the critical success factors in order to increase the ratio of the successful implementations. In this study, we will investigate if organizational structure has an influence on ERP implementation success or not. A survey is presented for this research to examine the correlation between different types of organizational structures and their corresponding ERP implementation results.

Corresponding Author:
Elliot J. Montes, Jr., Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Industrial Engineering Department
Texas Tech University
Box 43061
Lubbock, Texas 79409
elliot.montes@coe.ttu.edu
Phone: 806/742-3543, Fax: 806/742-3411

Terry R. Collins, Ph.D., P.E
mario.beruvides@coe.ttu.edu
Industrial Engineering Department
Texas Tech University
Box 43061
ock, Texas 79409
Phone: 806/742-3543, Fax: 806/742-3411
Assistant Professor

Murat Colak
Graduate Studen
Phone: 806/742-3543, Fax: 806/742-3411
Texas Tech University
Box 43061
Lubbock, Texas 79409
colak_murat@yahoo.com
Industrial Engineering Department

Surveys released for this project:
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ERP Success and Organizational Structure - COPIED 29
ERP Success and Organizational Structure 29
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