Intranet and Knowledge Management: Putting the Cart Before the Horse?
This paper explores the use of intranet-technology to support knowledge intensive decision-making in a technical service delivery process of a major oilfield services company. Our findings show that creating, mobilising, and exchanging knowledge through a system which is based on intranet-technology delivers some forms of benefits to both the organisation and its clients, and helps in understanding what organisational knowledge is to be managed and the process of managing it defines the role of technology that enables knowledge management.
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Volume (Year): 05 (2006)
Issue (Month): 03 ()
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