Information systems development (ISD) is a complicated process involving interconnected resources, objects, and outcomes. The importance of ISD has attracted long-term interests from both researchers and practitioners. Based on the input-processoutput model, this paper developed a conceptual framework of ISD success through a systematic literature review. The paper argues that ISD is a comprehensive and interactive process among individuals, teams, and organization. These factors impact ISD process, and further affect ISD success.
Long, Yuan; Siau, Keng; and Ling, Min, "Towares a Theoretical Framework on Information Systems Development Success" (2005). AMCIS 2005 Proceedings. 184.