The client-consultant relationship in the implementation of ERP in government: exploring the dynamic between power and knowledge

@inproceedings{Coelho2015TheCR,
  title={The client-consultant relationship in the implementation of ERP in government: exploring the dynamic between power and knowledge},
  author={Taiane Ritta Coelho and M. Cunha and F. Meirelles},
  booktitle={dg.o '15},
  year={2015}
}
  • Taiane Ritta Coelho, M. Cunha, F. Meirelles
  • Published in dg.o '15 2015
  • Computer Science
  • This article investigates the client-consultant relationship in the implementation of ERP using a case study of the human resources model in the government of Minas Gerais State, Brazil. The implantation of ERP and the client-consultant relationship have been thoroughly discussed for the private sector, but have yet to be well understood in a government context. To understand this dynamic, the theoretical framework of Pozzebon and Pinsonneault has been used, which suggests that knowledge and… CONTINUE READING
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