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Davenport, Eccles and Prusak (1992) found that the major reason for the inability to create information-based organizations was the failure to manage the politics of information use. Among the 25 organizations they studied, five models of information politics were observed: technological utopianism, anarchy, feudalism, monarchy, and federalism. The most common political model was a form of information feudalism, in which individual managers and their departments control information acquisition, storage, distribution, and analysis.

They stay on a failing course because they expect success in the end or because the behavior has been ingrained. In self-justification, decision makers ')ustify an ineffective course of action by increasing their commitment to it, ... " (Staw and Ross 1987, p. 51) In self-inference, individuals tend to become committed to a course when their earlier actions supporting the course have been explicit, volitional, visible, irrevocable, repeated, and significant (Staw and Ross 1987, Salancik 1977, Kiesler 1971).

They dine together, play golf together. That is why 36 Web Work we specialize by industry and company size. This is why the officer comes to know things that are not written. " (Quoted in Zuboff 1988, p. 164) In organizations, tacit knowledge is the personal knowledge used by members to perfonn their work and to make sense of their worlds. It is learned through extended periods of experiencing and doing a task, during which the individual develops a feel for and a capacity to make intuitive judgements about the successful execution of the activity.

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