Knowledge Workers as an Integral Component in Global Information System Design
Grundstein, Michel (2007), Knowledge Workers as an Integral Component in Global Information System Design, in Law, Wai K., Information Resources Management Global Challenges, Idea Group Publishing : Hershey (PA, USA), p. 236-261
Book titleInformation Resources Management Global Challenges
Book authorLaw, Wai K.
Number of pages402
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Abstract (EN)Analyzing an information system through knowledge’s point of view causes a change that, inevitably, engenders the awareness of the importance of the human and sociocultural dimensions to improve its performances. This chapter, based on a Model for Global Knowledge Management within the Enterprise (MGKME) helps to stress the need of integrating the knowledge worker, both at once, as a component, and a user of the information systems within extended companies. Actually, this challenge, put out by a knowledge management's vision that is centered on the core business processes, and the people, ought to be included in the strategies for information resources management.
Subjects / KeywordsInformation Systems; Knowledge Management
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