ERP Implementation : A Technological Diffusion and Knowledge Transfer Perspective

@inproceedings{Bo2004ERPI,
  title={ERP Implementation : A Technological Diffusion and Knowledge Transfer Perspective},
  author={Xu Bo},
  year={2004}
}
As a recent IT innovation, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system has become strategically important to organizations. Yet ERP is difficult to implement, high failure rate has been reported. Researchers and practitioners have pointed out that ignorance of knowledge transfer from consultancy to client was the reason for poor ERP implementation experience considering ERP’s complexity and high knowledge barrier on adopters. Although IT implementation and Innovation diffusion research has… CONTINUE READING

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