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Book Description Hardcover. Condition: new. Hardcover. Getting organizations going is one thing. Stopping them is another. This book examines how and why organizations become trapped in disastrous decisions. The focal point is Project Taurus, an IT venture commissioned by the London Stock Exchange and supported by numerous City Institutions. Taurus was intended to transform London's antiquated manual share settlement procedures into a state of the art electronic system that would be the envy of the world. The projectcollapsed after three year's intensive work and investments totalling almost 500 million.This book is an in depth study of escalation in decision making. The author has intervieweda number of people who played a key role and presents a most readable account of what actually happened. At the same time she sets the case in the broader literature of decision making. This book describes the Taurus project - a #500m project to automate settlement systems on the London Stock Exchange. Begun in 1986, it was eventually abandoned in 1993. Written in the context of theories of decision-making, the book both recounts the story and considers the process of decision escalation. This item is printed on demand. Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. Seller Inventory # 9780198289531