The Enterprise Content Management can develop the Organizational Value through Knowledge Management

@inproceedings{Zardini2011TheEC,
  title={The Enterprise Content Management can develop the Organizational Value through Knowledge Management},
  author={Alessandro Zardini and Lapo Mola and Cecilia Rossignoli},
  year={2011}
}
This study analyzes how Enterprise Content Management systems (ECMs), which manage enterprise knowledge directly correlated with learning in organizational memory, help generate such value by investigating the extent to which developing such technologies actually contributes to improving the efficacy and efficiency of the decision-making processes. For the analysis of the case study we used the action research method, and specifically Multiv iew2. Hence, a continuous interaction between… CONTINUE READING

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