Knowledge Management System Success: Empirical Assessment of a Theoretical Model

@article{Liu2005KnowledgeMS,
  title={Knowledge Management System Success: Empirical Assessment of a Theoretical Model},
  author={Shih-Chen Liu and Lorne Olfman and Terry Ryan},
  journal={IJKM},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={68-87}
}
This article presents the empirical testing of a theoretical model of knowledge management system success. The Jennex and Olfman model of knowledge management system success was developed to reflect the DeLone and McLean model of information systems success in the knowledge management context. A structural equation model representing the Jennex and Olfman theoretical model is developed. Using data from a prior study aimed at knowledge management system use and individual learning, this model is… CONTINUE READING

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