Using a knowledge management evaluation framework for improving an ERP system

Chan, E, Walker, D and Mills, A 2006, 'Using a knowledge management evaluation framework for improving an ERP system', in Edvinsson, Leif; Lee, Rongbin W.B. (ed.) Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific International Conference on Knowledge Management (KMAP 2006), Hong Kong, China, 11-13 December 2006.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Using a knowledge management evaluation framework for improving an ERP system
Author(s) Chan, E
Walker, D
Mills, A
Year 2006
Conference name KMAP 2006
Conference location Hong Kong, China
Conference dates 11-13 December 2006
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific International Conference on Knowledge Management (KMAP 2006)
Editor(s) Edvinsson, Leif; Lee, Rongbin W.B.
Publisher Inderscience Enterprises
Place of publication Hong Kong, China
Abstract Organisations need to rely on leadership, information support and human capital in order to ensure a knowledge advantage over their competitors. Knowledge management (KM) provides organisations with sustainable competitive advantage, because it becomes extremely difficult for an organisation to cut expenditure and increase revenue by simply re-engineering its business model. Project delivery and success has been traditionally viewed and measured as management of a three-legged stool, with the legs defined as cost, schedule and quality. However, KM can be linked to success by organisations becoming more effective as well as being more efficient.
Subjects Building not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Knowledge management
enterprise resources planning (ERP) system
construction industry
project management
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