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Knowledge Management Strategies: Toward a Taxonomy
  • M. Earl
  • Computer Science
  • J. Manag. Inf. Syst.
  • 31 May 2001
This paper draws on primary and secondary data to propose a taxonomy of strategies, or "schools," for knowledge management. Expand
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Management Strategies for Information Technology
1. The IT Era 2. Information Management 3. Information Technology and Strategic Advantage. 4. Formulating Information Systems Strategy. 5. Formulating IT Strategy. 6. Formulating IM Strategy 7.Expand
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Experiences in Strategic Information Systems Planning
  • M. Earl
  • Business, Computer Science
  • MIS Q.
  • 1 March 1993
This study examines SISP experience in 27 companies and, unusually, relies on interviews not only with IS managers but also with general managers and line managers. Expand
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The Risks of Outsourcing IT
Although large corporations continue to outsource it services, the issues of whether and how to outsource generate strong emotions on the part of managers. Many practitioners and academics now argueExpand
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Is Your CIO Adding Value
Whether a company sees its IS department as an asset or a liability is largely down to the CIO's ability to add value Many organizations are experiencing a crisis of confidence in their informationExpand
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Evolving the E-Business
For most firms, becoming an e-business is an evolutionary journey. Partly descriptive and partly prescriptive, this article identifies six stages for this journey, each of them determining the courseExpand
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What Is a Chief Knowledge Officer
To understand the role of chief knowledge officer (CKO) and the evolving practice of knowledge management (KM), the authors studied twenty CKOs in North America and Europe using face-to-faceExpand
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Putting IT in its place: a polemic for the nineties
  • M. Earl
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • J. Inf. Technol.
  • 1 June 1992
The 1980s were characterized by rapid developments in information technologies, continuously rising IT expenditures in firms and high hopes about the pay-off of IT investments. In many ways, theExpand
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The new and the old of business process redesign
  • M. Earl
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • J. Strateg. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 March 1994
We decompose BPR into its principal elements, suggesting what is novel and what is not so new. Expand
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Transformation of the IT Function at British Petroleum
In 1989, the IT function of the exploration and production division of British Petroleum Company set out to transform itself in response to a severe economic environment and poor internal perceptions of IT performance. Expand
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