A Model for Impact of Organizational Project Benefits Management and its Impact on End User

A Model for Impact of Organizational Project Benefits Management and its Impact on End User

Hodjat Hamidi (Information Technology Engineering Group, Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/JOEUC.2017010104
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Abstract

Today, the interests of an organization cannot be obtained by a single company, because the companies try to focus their business on the activities which are worthwhile to be focused on and they outsource other activities. In this paper, we proposed a conceptual framework and examined it to find the effect of some of the individual, organizational, and technological factors on the usage of organizational project benefits management and its impact on the end user. The outsourcing of information technology has been posed seriously for a long time; therefore, the managers have to increase their knowledge on the subject of outsourcing of information technology and deciding methods. This article has been provided for the purpose of providing a quantitative model for ranking the outsourcing options of information technology which makes use of organizational project benefits management analysis and analytic net process. The strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats is an important supporting tool and is usually used as a tool to systematically analyze the inner and outer environment of the organization. The analysis of organizational project benefits management makes it possible to determine the importance of criteria and the ability to evaluate the options to be decided. Analytic net process is suggested to determine the complex structure of outsourcing and determining the weight of the criteria and final stratification; furthermore, by applying this method the interdependence of the main criteria can be considered. The results of the studied case show that the consideration of the dependencies causes a decrease in the strengths and opportunities and increase in the weight of opportunities and threats.
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2. Literature Review

The research literature that reports on Impact of Organizational Project Benefits Management is quite large and rather fragmented; while many have dealt with the pre-adoption problems, many more have studied problems during and after the adoption of Organizational Project Benefits Management.

Literally, the word “Outsourcing” means obtaining profit through external resources. The word “outsourcing” indicates the reception of the services from the external service providers (Yang, 2007). Mr. Weidenbaum and his colleagues consider outsourcing in fact the outsourcing to a group outside the organization, an attempt to overcome the organization's financial difficulties and to increase the profitability and efficiency. Some people consider outsourcing as a way of maintaining or increasing the competition among the companies (Weidenbaum, 2005). The definitions of outsourcing from the perspective of the researchers in the field have been placed in table 1.

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