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Articles by Chieh-Min Chou
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  Chieh-Min Chou
  This study contributed to resolve corporate and information system strategy fit problem. In the hypercompetitive environment of the knowledge economy era, firms find it is very difficult to sustain competitive advantage because competitors can easily imitate their products, services or even business models to erode their superior economic profits. The knowledge-based view of firm suggests the knowledge is one of the most important resources of firm and hypothesizes the objective of firm is to integrate and create valuable knowledge. A number of studies had identified the effects and mechanism of knowledge management systems that support knowledge management process to strengthen organizational capabilities. However, relative few researches focused on how to align firm’s knowledge management system to its strategic positioning to maximize the investment returns. Four strategic positions, rule maker, idea creator, efficiency player and follower, are proposed in this study in terms of a firm’s capability in problem identifying and solution searching. Different focus of knowledge management system for each strategic positioning are analyzed and suggested.
  Chieh-Min Chou and Jen-Ming Chen
  Information system project had been being notorious for its high ratio of failing to complete as original plan. The consequence of IS project escalation occurs tremendous resources waste and missllocated asked both researchers and practitioners to find solutions. This study intensively reviewed most of relevant theories and provided an analysis of possible solution. Unlike current solutions emphasize on identifying individual antecedent factors that causes IS project escalation and reduce the effect of factor, present study proposed a conceptual novel management process and designed a feasible exit mechanism to address IS project escalation.
 
 
 
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