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Title: Outsourcing of knowledge-based systems - A knowledge sharing perspective
Authors: HU AN
Keywords: Outsourcing, Knowledge-based Systems (KBS), Knowledge-intensiveness, Knowledge sharing, Inter-organizational relationship, KBS outsourcing success
Issue Date: 16-May-2004
Citation: HU AN (2004-05-16). Outsourcing of knowledge-based systems - A knowledge sharing perspective. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: With growing scope and complexity of IS outsourcing, a variety of IS ranging from transaction processing systems to knowledge intensive applications like knowledge-based systems are being outsourced. By considering the nature of KBS outsourcing from a knowledge-based strategic management point of view, this paper proposes a research model to capture factors that influence KBS outsourcing success. The model is built up based on a knowledge sharing framework and prior IS outsourcing literature. Reported results indicate that a knowledge sharing perspective is useful in interpreting KBS and other knowledge-intensive IS outsourcing success. Implications of the study for future research and practice are discussed.
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