Knowledge Management technology maturity in police investigation units

[German title: Wissensmanagement-Technologiereife bei Ermittlungseinheiten der Polizei]

Gottschalk, Petter & Holgersson, Stefan (2006)
Stages of knowledge management technology in the value shop: the case of police investigation performance.
Expert Systems 23 (4), 183-193.
doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0394.2006.00400.x

Abstract: This paper is concerned with relationships between the use of information technology at different stages of the knowledge management technology stage model and the performance of police investigation units. The model consists of four stages: officer-to-technology systems, officer-to-officer systems, officer-to-information systems, and officer-to-application systems. The model was applied for information technology business value research, which examines the organizational performance impacts of information technology. In this paper we applied the value configuration of the value shop to describe and measure organizational performance. Based on an empirical study of Norwegian police investigation units, this research found that officer-to-technology systems and officer-to-information systems are the most important systems to improve police investigations in the value shop.

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