An Analysis of Synergies of IT-Applications and Knowledge Management Strategies with Regard to Organizational Change.
Haga, William James
Boger, Dan C.
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The increasing complexity of political, regulatory, and technological changes confronting many commercial as well as non-profit organizations has made radical organizational change and adaptation a central research issue. Along with these research issues a new awareness with regard to organization-internal existing knowledge and the necessity to exploit and manage this knowledge to the benefits of the organization has been arising as well. In an era of forth-coming new advanced information technologies on a nearly day-to-day basis and the increasing awareness and willingness to incorporate knowledge management strategies, organizational leaders and upper management have been craving increasingly for a beneficial combination of the latter with their efforts to implement changes successfully within their organizations. This thesis will analyze various organizational change strategies in order to provide a clearer understanding of the impact/influence of current IT-solutions exploiting existing knowledge within an organization to the benefits of successful organizational change efforts and strategies.
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