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E-government transformation and organisational learning : The case of Supreme Court Registry Office in Korea

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  • E-government transformation and organisational learning
  • Kim, Hyun Jeong
  • University of Warwick


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Title E-government transformation and organisational learning
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The case of Supreme Court Registry Office in Korea

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Kim, Hyun Jeong

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[Coventry]:University of Warwick

Date 2004-07
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Government and Law < Public Administration
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
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Abstract

This thesis critically reviews and evaluates theories of organisational learning and IT-related organisational change with particular reference to the task of explaining users’ acceptance (or rejection) of new technology. It seeks to develop a conceptual model of organisational learning and apply it to the particular case of recent IT-related (e-government) organisational change in Korea’s Supreme Court Registry Office (SCRO). Hitherto, there has been no systematic attempt to analyse the way in which management theories contribute to the electronic government (e-government) transformation effort within the public sector. This thesis seeks to fill this gap by synthesising perspectives drawn from the study of public sector organisation, IT, organisational transformation, and organisational learning. The analysis of the case study organisation (based on a qualitative research methodology) identifies various organisational learning phenomena occurring during the change project within the SCRO. (The rest omitted)