Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Case studies summaries

I now have some usable cases, all of them concerning IT projects or programmes in the public sector. Two case studies are central government, two on an island, one local government, one a non-department public body (i.e funded from public money, like in these lists), three are projects, two are programmes of projects, two use a single consultant for only a few months and one is really complex. I have enough to analyse.

I've already written each case study against the framework, so can show how the presence of those elements of engagement combine to form conditions from which value emerges in the form of:
  • new knowledge
  • new social and intellectual capital
  • saving money
  • easier project completion because of avoiding pitfalls, or getting out of the pit when fallen into
  • reduced pain of implementation, due to engagement with each other

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