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Exploring the impacts of knowledge (re)use and organizational memory on the effectiveness of strategic decisions: a longitudinal case study

A. Hatami, R.D. Galliers, J. Huang
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
Two forces that dramatically affect the sustainability of firms' competitive advantage in the new competitive landscape have been identified as globalization and information and communication technologies  ...  OM systems may serve as repositories of data, information and knowledge, which are retrieved and used to build upon and make new decisions.  ...  Hence, architectural requirements for building knowledge infrastructures, the ERP system in our case, should only be regarded as an enabler of a greater context of a knowledge sharing culture.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174254 dblp:conf/hicss/HatamiGH03 fatcat:gvbz63dch5crvf3sze26cps7um

Methodological Approach for Developing a KMS: A Case Study

Anna Griman, Teresita Rojas, María Pérez
2018 CLEI Electronic Journal  
This proposal was evaluated through the development of a Knowledge Management System for a Venezuelan organization – a research center.  ...  These may be of use as inputs for some Learning Software Organizations dedicated to the development of this type of system.  ...  The activities involved are: pinpointing actors and use cases for KM processes; describing the use cases; building the use case model for KM processes; prioritizing use cases; selecting metrics.  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.5.1.1 fatcat:p3qy45wnb5edbcqkfyndktekhi

A Sociological Reconstruction of Memory, The case of Iranian Exile

Nader Vahabi
2015 Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies  
What we have to contend with is not just a simple recording of memories pulled from oral histories. Our research is mainly centered on a sociological analysis of memory.  ...  In point of fact, memory breaks down progressively when the social frameworks for individual resocialization exploit different places of exile.  ...  In fact, either they leave to settle definitely in Iran either they go back for holidays but in any case retrieve from political life in the Islamic Republic.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-2177/2015.06.004 fatcat:zk7nqrmcyzh6nidlae7gut72ji

Ontologies in knowledge management support: A case study

Mauricio Barcellos Almeida, Ricardo Rodrigues Barbosa
2009 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Ontologies have different applications and can be used in knowledge management, in information retrieval, and in information systems, to mention but a few.  ...  This article presents a case study on the development and the evaluation of ontologies that was conducted within the scope of a knowledge management project undertaken by the second largest Brazilian energy  ...  Acknowledgment We thank Marcio Zola Santiago for constructive comments and support regarding the English version.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21120 fatcat:mwfd32752vhedgijbmicwuzlni

Knowledge Problems in Corrective Software Maintenance--A Case Study

Maria Alaranta, Stefanie Betz
2012 2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
TMS is a theory of knowledge coordination in groups. We carry out a case study of the troubled corrective software maintenance process of a multinational ICT company.  ...  In this paper, we address the knowledge problems in the corrective software maintenance process by applying the lens of Transactive Memory System (TMS).  ...  A study of a single case is an appropriate strategy for revelatory studies [26] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2012.406 dblp:conf/hicss/AlarantaB12 fatcat:7ltqedfxardb7fnbsj4wkmh2eu

Organizational Memory Information Systems

Shouhong Wang
1999 Information Resources Management Journal  
It is usefulforthe development of organizational memory information systems for organizational learning, surveillance, and deci~ion making in general.  ...  As yet little research has been reported on the methodology used for the analysis and design of organizational memory information systems.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by a grant from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.1999040103 fatcat:qzmmgnybjnh6pn7ki3ah7dq3x4

Patterns in design discourse: A case study [chapter]

Jayachandra M. Reddy, Bill Chan, Susan Finger
1996 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The case study is a project that was undertaken by a geographically distributed team, involved a non-routine design problem, and employed several computer tools for team collaboration as well as for specific  ...  This paper presents a case study of a design project and analyzes the discourse to illustrate this point.  ...  We have presented an analysis of the discourse in a case study to show that design discourse includes a variety of knowledge and that systematic capture of this discourse can be a means to knowledge building  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34930-5_17 fatcat:dpgit334ajevjlpgiuv33m6p4y

A case study on research assistant system: From knowledge management perspective

David Yang, Chun-Yen Tsai, Jey Huang
2005 Computer Science and Information Systems  
This study focuses on the implementation of such a system, a system based on free software-PhpBB that allows people to add special features to meet RAS's requirements.  ...  The purpose of this study is to develop a web-based Research Assistant System (RAS), a Knowledge Management System by community of practice, to improve the group performance of Research Assistants (RAs  ...  Organizational memory is broadly defined as consisting of everything retrievable within an organization.  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis0502065y fatcat:qebiayqxwvcw7bvfbazoome2eq

Surviving Data Breaches: A Multiple Case Study Analysis

Nithya Shankar, Zareef Mohammed
2020 Journal of Comparative International Management  
A multiple case study approach is applied to this study, using secondary data from the case studies of Target, Anthem, and Yahoo data breaches.  ...  We use the dynamic capabilities framework as the theoretical basis for this study.  ...  Case studies allow for studying phenomena in real-life contexts, while also allowing researchers to extract insightful information about the role of information systems in changing organizational processes  ... 
doi:10.7202/1071508ar fatcat:uj2c5hzky5avdnoitu2wrwce6y

Organizational knowledge in the I4.0 using BPMN: a case study

Juliana Salvadorinho, Leonor Teixeira
2021 Procedia Computer Science  
This sharing of knowledge could help in the faster adaptation of humans to workstations and could bring the more agile accommodation of artificial intelligence techniques to allow the self-learning.  ...  This sharing of knowledge could help in the faster adaptation of humans to workstations and could bring the more agile accommodation of artificial intelligence techniques to allow the self-learning.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported by Portuguese funds through the Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro (IEETA) and Foundation for Science and Technology, in the context  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2021.01.266 fatcat:rvimas4apzfxhej4oe6gwx77iu

Transactive memory in distributed organizations

Paul Jackson, Jane E. Klobas
2006 European Conference on Information Systems  
The three process dimensions of TMS -directory maintenance, information storage and information retrieval -were used to identify the characteristics of TMS in a case study organization.  ...  Transactive memory systems (TMS) are systems of directories that are used to locate and use knowledge in groups.  ...  Future research in this area will examine how information systems might be used to improve organizational TMS, and in particular, the TMS of organizations whose staff are geographically distributed.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/JacksonK06 fatcat:rmk2uemaq5b5bdcyzm3tdv3him


Saumyendu Ghosh, Lauren Buckler, Mirosław J. Skibniewski, Sam Negahban, Young Hoon Kwak
2014 Technological and Economic Development of Economy  
A case study with a SMSCO to understand activities, resource availability, and how to improve organization readiness to undertake projects related to sustainability is discussed.  ...  means for improving organizational readiness to cope with governance of sustainable projects.  ...  Information is used to build more explicit knowledge to support and build a knowledge memory foundation.  ... 
doi:10.3846/20294913.2014.850755 fatcat:og2gkm4hwfazdl2etsd4w3uona

Enhancing Computer Mediated Communication by Applying Contextualization to Email Design: a Case Study

Adi Katz
2012 Management  
We present a prototype for an email user interface that puts contextualization as a central component for enhancing effective CMC and for effectively managing and controlling organizational activities,  ...  Now, organizational workers need more than ever to share the knowledge they each gather, and they are involved in joint activities that need the support of information systems.  ...  Whenever a CSR will compose a message, the system will retrieve all the relevant information from the OM and will offer hypertext links to the OM for the CSR to confirm validate or modify before message  ... 
doi:10.7595/management.fon.2012.0021 fatcat:kwwt6djjurbitbalnckjp6c4ku

Evaluating the Alignment of Organizational and Project Contexts for BIM Adoption: A Case Study of a Large Owner Organization

Hasan Cavka, Sheryl Staub-French, Rachel Pottinger
2015 Buildings  
This paper presents the results of a long-term embedded case study analysis of a large owner-operator institutional organization that investigated the alignment of facility management (FM) practices across  ...  Building information modeling (BIM) has been presented as a potential solution to current facilities management problems related to information exchange during handover, and facilities information management  ...  Author Contributions This study is based on Hasan Burak Cavka's PhD research and he was responsible for the research design, data collection and analysis under the supervision of Sheryl Staub-French.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings5041265 fatcat:qm62ue2grjayxjxtdgcmxz2vfa

Tailoring Software Development Methodologies in Practice: A Case Study

Sergio De Cesare, Chaitali Patel, Nicola Iacovelli, Antonio Merico, Mark Lycett
2008 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
This paper presents a case study in which MT was applied. In order to elicit the tailoring process, a high-level conceptual framework was developed.  ...  The framework was applied a posteriori to a project carried out by a medium-sized software development company for the Italian national public health service.  ...  MARK LYCETT holds a BSc degree in computing and business management (Oxford Brookes), a MSc degree in information systems (Brunel University) and a PhD degree in information systems (Brunel University)  ... 
doi:10.2498/cit.1000898 fatcat:bodn2nzmsrfpjaeyqtnbtv2tfe
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