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Integrating Knowledge Management Systems with Everyday Work: Design Principles Leveraging User Practices

Conference paper
Authors Dick Stenmark
Rikard Lindgren
Published in Proceedings of HICSS-37, Big Island, Hawaii, January 5-7
Publication year 2004
Published at Department of Applied Information Technology (GU)
Language en
Links https://gup.ub.gu.se/file/98511
Subject categories Informatics

Abstract

Much research argues that information technology can have a positive influence on knowledge application. However, practical results from research on knowledge management systems indicate that such systems often fail when implemented in contemporary organisations. Whilst maintenance of knowledge management systems has been recognised as an important research area, imbalance between additional workload and accurate content still appears to be a critical factor, resulting in systems of little use for organisations in their knowledge application processes. The objective of this paper is to demonstrate how knowledge management systems can be designed to better support knowledge application in organisational knowledge work processes. Building on lessons learned from three knowledge management systems, this paper contributes general design principles describing how knowledge management systems can be integrated with everyday work to leverage user practices.

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