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Critical Success Factors in Enterprise Content Management: Toward a Framework for Readiness Assessment

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Herbst, A., Simons, A., vom Brocke, J., & Derungs, R. (2014). Critical Success Factors in Enterprise Content Management: Toward a Framework for Readiness Assessment. In J. vom Brocke & A. Simons (Eds.), Enterprise Content Management in Information Systems Research: Foundations, Methods and Cases (pp. 109-124): Springer.

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Beitrag in wissenschaftlichem Buch

Abstract

Enterprise content management (ECM) is an important enabler of information management, as it supports the creation, storage, retrieval, and retention processes of organizational documents and their content. The term “ECM” was coined in information management practice in the early 2000s, and it found its way into Information Systems (IS) research a few years later. While the level of research and publication activity in the field is increasing, we still see only a few academic reports on actual ECM practices. As yet, IS research provides little guidance to practitioners concerning the factors that drive or hinder ECM implementation. As a response, this chapter identifies a set of critical success factors for ECM and develops on that basis a framework that helps organizations assess their readiness for ECM. The framework was developed based on data collected in workshops with ECM project leaders and members of five companies. The expert opinions and experiences are combined with research results from the academic literature, and two illustrative cases show how the framework has been applied in practice.

Forschung

Content-aware Business Process Management (CA-BPM)
FFF-Förderprojekt, Januar 2011 bis April 2014 (abgeschlossen)

Ziel des Forschungsvorhabens „Content-aware Business Process Management“ (CA-BPM) ist die Entwicklung einer Konzeption zum Geschäftsprozessmanagement, welche die neuartigen Herausforderungen ... mehr

Die Verbesserung von content-intensiven Geschäftsprozessen
Dissertation, März 2011 bis August 2014 (abgeschlossen)

Organisationen sind zunehmend gefordert, die stetig ansteigende Menge an unstrukturierten Informationen effektiv zu verwalten. Probleme, die sich für das Informationsmanagement ergeben, sind ... mehr

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Einrichtungen

  • Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik
  • Hilti Lehrstuhl für Business Process Management

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