Higher Education Information and Communication Technology Implementation Project Success: The Effect of Organizational Culture
College of Education and Human Services
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EdD)
Leadership, School Counseling & Sport Management
NACO controlled Corporate Body
University of North Florida. Department of Leadership, School Counseling & Sports Management
Amanda Pascale, PhD
Matthew Ohlson, PhD
David Hoppey, PhD.
Deb Miller EdD
Dr. Amanda Pascale
Dr. Jennifer Kane
This dissertation employed a non-experimental quantitative research method to examine the relationship between organizational culture and perceptions of Information and Communication Technology implementation project success in higher education institutions. The study used Sociotechnical Systems Theory to frame the higher education institution’s work system and the Competing Values Framework (CVF) in distinguishing the cultures of the institution, its colleges/divisions, and its departments to determine if differences in culture tendencies impacted faculty, staff, and administrators’ perception of project success. A survey consisting of the Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI, © Kim Cameron) and a Project Success scale was used to gather data. The OCAI scoring algorithm, exploratory factor analysis, and linear regression analysis were used to analyze the data. In addition to uncovering the culture and subculture types of participating institutions, analysis of the data revealed a relationship between the CVF Market Culture type and project success ((β=-.95, p<.05), and between the CVF Hierarchical Culture type and project success (β=-.70, p<.10), both at the college/division organizational level only.
Brinson, Reginald W., "Higher Education Information and Communication Technology Implementation Project Success: The Effect of Organizational Culture" (2022). UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1157.
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