Studying Knowledge Management in Information Systems Resarch: Discourses and Theoretical Assumptions

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In information systems, most research on knowledge management assumes that knowledge has positive implications for organizations. However, knowledge is a double-edged sword: while too little might result in expensive mistakes, too much Daniel Robey was the accepting senior editor for this paper. might result in unwanted accountability. The purpose of this… (More)

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@article{Schultze2002StudyingKM, title={Studying Knowledge Management in Information Systems Resarch: Discourses and Theoretical Assumptions}, author={Ulrike Schultze and Dorothy E. Leidner}, journal={MIS Quarterly}, year={2002}, volume={26}, pages={213-242} }