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|Developing an e-collaboration framework for knowledge sharing in the Australian wine-making industry: Research in progress
|Rao Hill, S.
|Proceedings of the 20th 20th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS2009), held Melbourne, Victoria 2-4 Dec 2009: pp.882-893
|Australian Conference on Information Systems (20th : 2009 : Melbourne, Victoria)
|Sally Rao Hill, Indrit Troshani and Robyn Davidson
|The Australian wine-making industry has undergone remarkable changes which have transformed it into a leading world innovator, producer and exporter of table wine. However, while Australia has been a leader in wine R&D, globalisation had led to the rapid proliferation and adoption of new technologies by new suppliers and wine-makers in various countries. To counter increasingly intense competition from emerging foreign suppliers, Australian wine-makers need to enhance their distinctiveness and innovation. One possible way for doing so involves knowledge sharing via electronic collaboration or e-collaboration. This paper contributes to the existing body of knowledge by developing an e-collaboration framework for the Australian wine-making industry. It focuses on how e-collaboration technologies are used for the purpose of innovation and knowledge sharing and how the Australian wine-making industry can benefit from it.
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