Towards a knowledge management systems development method: critique of some relevant theories and methodologies.
Moteleb, Aboubakr A. and Woodman, Mark (2007) Towards a knowledge management systems development method: critique of some relevant theories and methodologies. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 6 (1). pp. 33-43. ISSN 0219-6492
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Knowledge management systems are increasingly gaining importance in practice and in research. However, research in the field is fragmented by various theories and concepts used by scholars with diverse disciplinary perspectives. As a result, advancing research into knowledge management systems is hindered by a general tendency to overlook previous pertinent theories in various fields and contributions by scholars in other related disciplines. We are engaged in research into knowledge management system development from principles of practical knowledge management. In conjunction with field work with ‘knowledge practitioners’ we have conducted a survey of related theories and concepts across relevant disciplines. This paper offers a framework for conceptualising knowledge management system development in organisations based on a critique of relevant theories and concepts.
|Research Areas:||A. Middlesex University Schools and Centres > School of Science and Technology|
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