Title

The Interaction of Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management in Organizational Decision-Making

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2009

Abstract

While Knowledge Management (KM) has been subject of conceptual debate and empirical work, the related concept of Business Intelligence (BI) has not received much debate on its concepts, and has very little empirical work or testable propositions. Consequently, BI research has been slow to address the question of why some organizations have not gained business benefits from BI while others have. This paper studies the specifics of the interaction between BI and KM to create business value through decision-making. We develop specific testable propositions to be used in future empirical work and to help businesses gain value from BI.

Comments

Copyright 2009 International Information Management Association (http://www.iima.org/)

Publication Title

Journal of International Technology and Information Management

Published Citation

Vinekar, V., Teng, J.T.C. & Chennamaneni, A. (2009). The Interaction of Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management in Organizational Decision-Making. Journal of International Technology and Information Management, 18(2) 143-159.

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