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Conclusion: ICT plays an integral role in almost all areas of society. Over the past two decades there have been spectacular failures with the implementation of ICT business improvements. These failures have cost organisations millions of dollars in direct costs and revenue, damaged brands and even contributed to a number of company failures .ICT as an area of expertise has been evolving over the past few decades but has not yet reached the level of a profession. There continues to be a lack of structure and clarity to the many roles undertaken in ICT, no professional accreditation that is widely valued and demanded and no formal mechanism to enforce accountability.

This is largely due to the diversity of roles categorised under the umbrella of ICT, the limited membership of professional bodies, lack of business expectation that an ICT worker will belong to a professional body and the lack of enforceable accountability as a consequence of the low membership.

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