Developing a knowledge base for enterprise system success: the role of management and operational staff
Zakaria, Nor Hidayati, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, & Sedera, Darshana (2010) Developing a knowledge base for enterprise system success: the role of management and operational staff. In ACIS 2010 Proceedings, Brisbane QLD.
Knowledge base is one of the emerging concepts in the Knowledge Management area. As there exists no agreed- upon standard definition of a knowledge base, this paper defines a knowledge base in terms of our research of Enterprise Systems (ES). The knowledge base is defined with reference to Learning Network Theory. Using this theoretical framework, we investigate the roles of management and operational staff in organisations and how their interactions can create a better ES-knowledge base to contribute to ES success. We focus on the post- implementation phase of ES as part of the ES lifecycle. Our findings will facilitate future research directions and contribute to better understandings of how the knowledge base can be integrated and how this integration leads to Enterprise System success.
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|Divisions:||Past > QUT Faculties & Divisions > Faculty of Science and Technology|
|Deposited On:||29 Sep 2011 07:41|
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