Creating new instruments to advance research into virtual organisations
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Management
Faculty of Business and Law
This study reviews the literature in relation to virtual strategic alignment models and strategies. From this the researcher develops a framework to test two new strategic alignment instruments designed to measure the espoused preparedness of organisations to operate virtually and the readiness of an organisation to collaborate virtually. These instruments are designed to assist organisations in recognising and exploiting their degree of virtuality and can support organisations in developing new organisational forms that fully leverage the value of their ICT assests. Prior research has attempted to address strategic alignment issues either internally, externally or holistically. A new approach was necessary.
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Gall, P. (2008). Creating new instruments to advance research into virtual organisations. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/193