Carole Tansley

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In this paper, we explore innovation processes surrounding the design and implementation of ERP systems in two case companies, looking at this from a knowledge integration perspective. More specifically, we examine the relationship and network building processes that are necessary to support knowledge integration and user involvement during innovation. In(More)
A project team, set up to design and implement an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, is essentially tasked with integrating knowledge distributed across an organization. This suggests that the social capital of members will be important. In the case study project, however, team members used their social capital to further their own personal goals(More)
A project team, set up to design and implement an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, is essentially tasked with integrating knowledge distributed across an organization. This suggests that the social capital of members will be important. In the case study project, however, team members used their social capital to further their own personal goals(More)
This paper sets out to explore the connection between the two research domains, talent management and knowledge management. When reviewing the existing literature on both subjects, it becomes apparent that the both subjects share a common underpinning. How talent is regarded in talent management as a valuable resource to the organization could be perceived(More)
The project space that develops to enable configuration and implementation of standard software packages is central to the success of creating a working information system. We investigate the IS project environment as a liminal space existing in-between the status quo and the new ES-enabled environment. Our analysis indicates that liminality can be(More)
Universities have experienced many pressures recently and one response has been to consider utilising e-learning. In lecturers' training, the knowledge gained is not necessarily used to change teaching practice for the better nor is the new knowledge gained subsequently diffused across the faculty. Knowledge construction processes are therefore important(More)
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