Collaborative business relationships and the use of ICT: The case of the marine, defence and resources cluster, Western Australia
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Faculty of Business and Law
The research project was developed from an Australian Research Council Grant designed to investigate collaborative commerce and its impact on regional economic development. Through a process of consultation with the industry partner, the South West Group, the research was designed to investigate the drivers and inhibitors of collaborative relationships and the factors that impact on the creation and sustaining of these relationships. The role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in facilitating and sustaining collaborative relationships and the perceived benefits and drawbacks of collaborative relationships were also investigated. The research sought to identify models of the best adoption of collaborative relationships.
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Cripps, H. (2007). Collaborative business relationships and the use of ICT: The case of the marine, defence and resources cluster, Western Australia. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/301
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