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This article reports on an investigation into lack of skills and awareness as barriers to the uptake of e‐commerce by small‐ to medium‐enterprises (SMEs) within the food industry in Queensland, Australia. Interviews were conducted with owners of these businesses. The findings confirm that...
While some modern organisations have established “virtual work teams”, which are said to be comprised of people who are geographically separated and who work across boundaries of space and time using computer driven communication technologies, it is also true that many organisations remain...
This paper argues that increases in workplace learning may occur concomitantly with ways in which knowledge is managed in an organization, and knowledge management effectiveness may be a function of how successfully an organization is able to put a technological infrastructure into place. It...
This study identified the factors that are important in the effective implementation of online learning in the mining industry in Queensland, Australia. Two sources of data and a Grounded Theory approach were used to develop a theoretical model that would inform managers, trainers and educators...
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