Creating Feedback Loops To Support Organizational Learning And Knowledge Management In Inquiring Organizations
DSS; Feedback; Inquiring Organizations; Knowledge Management; Organizational Learning
Information technology both facilitates and exacerbates the need for organizations to manage growing information and knowledge bases. Soon, the only successful enterprises may be the ones who have successfully evolved into learning organizations. The philosophical bases underlying traditional DSS are ill equipped to handle this explosion of information, the rapidly changing business environment, and support a learning organization. A comprehensive knowledge management system based on the philosophies of inquiring systems allows organizational learning to occur by providing both decision support and management of existing and created knowledge. By combining the DSS paradigm with IS, an organization will be capable of designing a comprehensive KMS that will fully support learning within the organization. Development of such a system will allow executives to rely more fully on the support system, freeing up valuable time to establish goals and guide the organization to its ultimate success.
Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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Hall, Dianne J.; Paradice, David B.; and Courtney, James F., "Creating Feedback Loops To Support Organizational Learning And Knowledge Management In Inquiring Organizations" (2001). Scopus Export 2000s. 556.