Information Integration for Enterprises in Global Projects


Type Research Project

Funding Bodies
  • EURASIA-PACIFIC UNINET (EPU)

Duration Oct. 1, 2012 - July 31, 2013

  • Institute for Information Management and Control IN (Details)

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Abstract (English)

The purpose of this research project is to investigate how and if information integration strategies are assimilated and exploited by organisations in global projects involving the EU and China. Integration strategies relate to traditional and contemporary integration platforms, such as Corporate Social Networks or Cloud Computing, to exchange information between partners and across project functions. The assimilation process should create valuable, heterogeneous, operational and management capabilities, which, however, may be immobile according to the resource based view. These capabilities are embedded in the project processes and should lead integrated projects to superior performance by creating differential business value when compared to their non-integrated counterparts in their industry.

Partners

  • The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong - China

Publications

Journal article

2015 Wong, Christina W.Y., Lai, Kee-hung, Bernroider, Edward. 2015. The performance of contingencies of supply chain information integration: The roles of product and market complexity. International Journal of Production Economics 165, 1-11. (Details)
2014 Bernroider, Edward and Wong, Christina W.Y. and Lai, Kee-hung . 2014. From dynamic capabilities to ERP enabled business improvements: The mediating effect of the implementation project. International Journal of Project Management 32 (2): S. 350-362. (Details)

Classification

  • 2965 Knowledge management (Details)
  • 1925 Knowledge management (Details)
  • 5367 Management information systems (Details)
  • 5300 Economics (Details)