We've Got a Job to Do - Eventually: A Study of Knowledge Management Fatigue Syndrome

We've Got a Job to Do - Eventually: A Study of Knowledge Management Fatigue Syndrome

Richard L. Wagoner (The University of Arizona, USA)
Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-509-2.ch005
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Abstract

The implementation of knowledge management systems at universities can be tremendously costly in terms of both human and capital resources. One reason for this cost is the extended time period, generally measured in years, not months, over which they are implemented. This qualitative study presents data on the implementation of one such project at a Research I university in the southwestern United States. The analysis focuses on the concept of knowledge management fatigue syndrome and the increase of technological bloat and academic technocracy as a result of the project.

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