The knowledge management tussle - speech communities and rhetorical strategies in the development of knowledge management

@article{Raub2001TheKM,
  title={The knowledge management tussle - speech communities and rhetorical strategies in the development of knowledge management},
  author={Steffen Raub and Charles-Clemens R{\"u}ling},
  journal={JIT},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={113-130}
}
The role and in uence of information systems/infor-mation technology (IS/IT) professionals in organizations and the balance of power between the 'IT world' and the management profession has been a topic of interest for some time. The antagonistic elements in this relationship have been analysed by some as a problem of a lack of integration between business managers and IT people. Others suspect business management's attempts to exert control over the IT function and its experts (see Scarbrough… CONTINUE READING

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