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Table 7: Definitions of Knowledge Author Ackoff (1989) Turban et al. (2001) Definition Discipline “Knowledge can only be obtained in two ways: Management either by transmission from another who has it, Science by instruction, or by extracting it from experience. ” (Source: Ackoff, 1989, p. 4) ”Information that has been organized and Management processed to convey understanding, experience Information and expertise as they apply to a current problem Systems or activity. 45) (Source: Definitions selected for this section from References) As Table 7 shows both Ackoff (1989) and Turban et al.

______________________________________________________________________ 56 Part I: Foundations for the Research Chapter 3: Scientific Disciplines Related to SMIT Research Management Science. Consequently, many disciplines today pursue research related to IT. Figure 4 illustrates some disciplines that conduct IT research. 3) Figure 4 illustrates that IT research is pursued within many disciplines, and therefore, may be influenced by many dominant theories within those disciplines. This figure can be compared to the one proposed by Davis (1991, p.

______________________________________________________________________ 40 Part I: Foundations for the Research Chapter 2: Concepts Related to the Strategic Management of Information Technology (SMIT) Continued Author Clarke (2001) Definition “The management of IS [IT] becomes the design, development and management of technological solutions to identify problems. However, whilst most frequently information systems management is pursued as predomnantical technical endeavor, it none the less has to work within a given social framework” (Source: Clarke, 2001, p.

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