Assessing knowledge management success/effectiveness models

  title={Assessing knowledge management success/effectiveness models},
  author={Murray E. Jennex and Lorne Olfman},
  journal={37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the},
  pages={10 pp.-}
This paper proposes a framework for assessing knowledge management system, KMS, success models. The framework uses three criteria: how well the model fits actual KMS success factors, the degree to which the model has a theoretical foundation, and if the model can be used for two types of approaches to building a KMS. The framework is then applied to four KMS success models found in the literature and is determined to be a useful framework for assessing KMS success models. 
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