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What is MIT 90's
MIT 90’s model belongs among the critical success factors. Model defines as critical success factors: external factors (society, economy, science and technology) and internal factors (strategy, structure, processes, people and their roles, technology).

MIT 90’s belongs among the critical success factors models. The framework was developed by the team, led by Michael S. Scott Morton at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (hence the name).

The model defines the critical success factors:

  • External environment of the organization:
    • External socio-economic environment
    • External environment of science and technology development
  • Internal environment of the organization:
    • Organizational strategy
    • Structure
    • Processes
    • People and their roles
    • Technology

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Last update: 16.07.2015


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