Australian national survey: preliminary findings
CRC Construction Innovation (2001) Australian national survey: preliminary findings. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.
The National survey was the third phase in an ongoing initiative to identify critical success factors in ICT mediated supply chains. This study has been designed to harness the tacit and explicit knowledge to be found on the subject from the widest range of appropriate sources. At its core is the assumption that, provided with the fullest list of candidate success factors, a representative sample of experienced industry-based practitioners will (with the aid of statistical analysis) reveal a set of critical success factors. A postal survey has been judged to be the most appropriate mechanism for achieving this outcome.
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|Keywords:||CRC for Construction Innovation, Program A : Business And Industry Development , Project 2001-016-A : Critical Success Factors For Organisations In Information And Communication Technology-Mediated Supply Chains|
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