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This study addresses a long-standing and wellrecognized problem in KM research, namely the lack of conceptual integration and a cumulative tradition. Knowledge management needs an overarching framework to unify and direct research. This paper reports on the development of such a framework. Elements of the proposed framework are created by synthesizing concepts from the systems thinking and critical thinking traditions. It is argued that the synthesis of aspects of Churchman's inquiring systemsdoi:10.1109/hicss.2006.201 dblp:conf/hicss/GuoS06a fatcat:tftbn5kuknck7jmyb55yb64mva