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    Title: 臺灣企業知識管理策略類型之研究
    Other Titles: The study of knowledge management strategy taxonomy for business in Taiwan
    Authors: 許雅雯;Hsu, Ya-Wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學企業管理學系碩士班
    何錦堂;Ho, Giin-tarng
    Keywords: 知識;知識管理;知識管理策略;關鍵成功因素;Knowledge;Knowledge Management;knowledge management of strategy;Critical success factors
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:19:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在知識經濟的潮流下,由於知識不易被競爭者所模仿,故成為企業存活之關鍵。台灣企業對於推動知識管理常有不知如何做貣的疑慮,因此本研究欲藉著知識管理相關理論與企業導入知識管理的相關經驗,探討知識管理導入之可行策略。嘗詴透過個案研究了解導入知識管理的前導因素,如文化、策略以及導入中的流程設計、制度,提供導入知識管理的企業一個參考藍圖。
    Knowledge has become an important core of organizations that is difficult for competitors to imitate. However, companies in Taiwan lack the required knowledge in implementing. This research aims to investigate the appropriate strategies in introducing knowledge management through related theories and practical experience, and to understand the antecedent of knowledge management implementation, such as culture, leadership style, strategy, as well as the process design and system of implementation through case-studies. Providing blueprint for organizations seeking to implement knowledge management.
    This research is based on the foundation of Earl(2001)’s three knowledge management school and seven attributes, including technocratic, behavioral and economic. The results of current research show that case study favor technocratic and behavior. Among them, businesses in Taiwan prefer system attribute. Difficulties in implementation revolve around “Human Problems”, such as resistance to change from employees as well as negative attitudes of managerial levels towards change. Significant successes in implementations are increased employee efficiency, shortened product-development cycle, increased in profit, and resolution of employee-related problems. In addition, as pointed out by interviewee enterprises, corporate vision has no direct relation to knowledge management implementation. However, knowledge management is an integral aspect of enterprise sustainability. Enterprises attempt to code, transfer, share and maintain knowledge within the organization in order to retain competitive advantage.
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