The Neo-Tayloristic Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Knowledge Based Economies

By June Solberg Tolsby and Per Kirkebak.

Published by The Organization Collection

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The aim of this paper is to show how Knowledge Management Systems promoted neo-Taylorism in two organizations.

Keywords: KMS, Managerial Control, Learning Process, Best Practice, Neo-Taylorism, Power

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.121-128. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.950MB).

Dr. June Solberg Tolsby

June Tolsby holds an MA within ESST from Oslo University received in 1996. She has worked as a programmer, manager, consultant and researcher for 17 years within public and private organizations. She is currently working as a project manager and researcher at the Faculty of Engineering at Ostfold University College and is affiliated with Aalborg University Department of Business Studies IKE-group as a PhD student.

Dr Per Kirkebak

Per Kirkebak holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering, an MSc in Cellulose and Paper Technology and a PhD in Innovation Processes. He has been working 10 years with process- and product development within the Offshore Sector, and 15 years within the Pulp and Paper Industry. He currently works as Associated Professor at the Ostfold University College and is director of the Innovation Study.

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