Essential Issues in Knowledge Management System Implementation: Lessons from Iranian IT-based Companies
This article aims to review and identify critical factors of the implementation of knowledge management systems (KMS) for Iranian IT based organizations and to clarify the effect of KMS on organization success.
|This chapter was published in: Peyman Akhavan & Reza Hosnavi & M. Saleh Adalati , , pages 503-515, 2010.|
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