This dissertation pertains to Army logistics knowledge management (KM) and the implementation of the Single Army Logistics Enterprise (SALE). The Army does not have a logistics KM framework to manage data and information from the SALE. To compound the problem, the Army does not have a framework to help identify enterprise system implementation factors relative to logistics KM. This research presents a case study of Army logistics KM and the SALE. The results include logistics KM requirement drivers, logistics KM practices, and successful enterprise system implementation factors that align with Army logistics KM.
|Adviser||Ronald G. Benson|
|Subjects||Management; Military studies|
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