The Clikwise Organization completes Business Research and Academic Research in the following areas:
In this paper, we review knowledge management's role in project management (PM). The authors speculate that knowledge management is an indicator of organizational maturity project management. This is as an organization increases its maturity in PM, it uses both informal and formal channels for knowledge transfers between the firm's actors. The researchers used an online survey and telephone interview process to collect data. The data showed that there was a positive relationship between knowledge management and organization maturity in project management.
The author reviews the integrity of setup Customer Relationship Management systems, the use of CRM through marketing and their integration with other systems. The importance of using artificial intelligence namely Artificial Intelligence Target Marketing (AITM) utilizing electronic means such as email and tailored websites. There is a review of the problems organizations have with customer contact through electronic means such as email and selectable opt-in/opt-out methodologies such as Amazon.com wishlists and Sears.com target marketing.
In this paper the author explores the information systems strategic position of organizations that choose to change from a traditional organizational construct to a virtual one. The author aids the reader though the necessities of developing and aligning the IS strategic position with the business strategic position when making the organizational change
Conflict management in virtual organizations and their teams is becoming one the most important issues for organizations, teams and their management. In this paper, the author reviews the conflict management issues surrounding virtual organizations and teams as well as the tools and techniques to mitigate them and how to use traditional techniques their adaptation to the virtual organization.
The Clikwise Organization's core belief is that in knowledge organizations—the chief organizational asset is the people who work within it. Each individual of the organization possesses an exclusive reservoir of data, information, skills, and experiences of processes and culture that are valuable to the corporation. These are critical assets that are tacit in nature but when they are nurtured and actively cultivated, create opportunities that facilitate channels for the practice codify these a