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= Author(s) - James M. Bloodgood and Wm. David Salisbury = 
 
=== Title - Understanding the influence of organizational change strategies
 
on information technology and knowledge management strategies ===
 
=== Source - http://www2.tavanir.org.ir/km/Article/Latin/8.pdf ===
 
=== Year of Publication - 2001 ===
 
 
=== Abstract - While discussion about knowledge management often centers around how knowledge may best be codified into an
 
=== Abstract - While discussion about knowledge management often centers around how knowledge may best be codified into an
 
explicit format for use in decision support or expert systems, some knowledge best serves the organization when it is kept in
 
explicit format for use in decision support or expert systems, some knowledge best serves the organization when it is kept in

Revision as of 07:53, 30 May 2012

Title - Understanding the influence of organizational change strategies on information technology and knowledge management strategies

Author(s) - James M. Bloodgood and Wm. David Salisbury

Source - http://www2.tavanir.org.ir/km/Article/Latin/8.pdf

Year of Publication - 2001

=== Abstract - While discussion about knowledge management often centers around how knowledge may best be codified into an explicit format for use in decision support or expert systems, some knowledge best serves the organization when it is kept in tacit form. We draw upon the resource-based view to identify how information technology can best be used during different types of strategic change. Specifically, we suggest that different change strategies focus on different combinations of tacit and explicit knowledge that make certain types of information technology more appropriate in some situations than in others. ===
I will add a my own summary/abstract soon...