Project Management of Information Technology: A Survey Exploration Based On Benefits, Costs and Risks
Recently, relevant changes have made organizational boundaries more fluid and dynamic in response to the rapid pace of knowledge diffusion, and innovation and international competition. This helps to reconsider how to succeed with the information and innovation. In this perspective, a significant numbers of organisations are investing large amounts of resources into information and communication technologies as they seek to gain competitive advantage. In this perspective, this article aims at presenting an exploratory study of project information technology (IT) management based on benefits, costs and risks. The research was developed in light of the literature and consulting with experts, which were selected for technical and scientific criteria, with knowledge about the investigated object. The data were collected through an array of trial, where experts presented their views on the variable benefits, costs and risks. The results were satisfactory, validating the proposal.