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Managing Knowledge in Web-Driven Organisational Evolution

Funding: 2004: $4,500
2005: $8,000
2006: $7,000
2007: $3,500

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Linkage International)

Start year: 2004

Summary: Organisations are increasingly concerned with the effective utilisation of Web technologies, and especially the ways in which these technologies can be used to improve their business. Effective management of knowledge about the interplay between the organisation and technical drivers of this technology adoption will enable a much-enhanced process for leveraging emerging information and communication technologies. This project aims to link related research at UTS and Southampton University to understand how tools might support this knowledge management. Outcomes will include the creation of specific tools (and techniques for using them) within the context of managing organisational uptake of new technologies.

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Internet systems development, Tool support, Evolution, Business process,

FOR Codes: Software Engineering, Information Systems Development Methodologies, Information processing services, Application tools and system utilities, Telecommunications, Information Processing Services (incl. Data Entry and Capture), Information systems development methodologies and practice, Empirical software engineering, Information systems, technologies and services not elsewhere classified