“Organisational Culture and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems

@inproceedings{Binftech2001OrganisationalCA,
  title={“Organisational Culture and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems},
  author={Jenine Beekhuyzen Binftech and Dipbus and Jenine Beekhuyzen Date},
  year={2001}
}
  • Jenine Beekhuyzen Binftech, Dipbus, Jenine Beekhuyzen Date
  • Published 2001
This dissertation investigates the topic “Organisational Culture and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP) implementation. Many university environments in Australia and globally are adopting ERP systems but little research currently exists in this area. The cultural change associated with ERP systems implementation is addressed, looking as specific aspects such as gender, IS quality and knowledge management. Culture, IS quality and knowledge management are enablers of ERP systems and… CONTINUE READING
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