Implementing Business Systems: What the CEO Can Do To Ensure Success

Beckley, Glen B.; Gaines, Michael
March 1991
Industrial Management;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p25
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of chief executive officer in implementation of the business system for the success of the projects. Analysis on the staffing needs from the prepared chart of the project leader; Project management system from the project control approach; Attendance to meetings of the project team for appraisal of the progress.


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