Factors affecting ICT diffusion in Australian construction organisations – the storey from the big end
Walker, Derek H.T. (2004) Factors affecting ICT diffusion in Australian construction organisations – the storey from the big end. AIQS The Building Economist, pp. 13-17.
Our survey findings confirm that 11 factors influence information and communication technology (ICT) diffusion for experienced ICT users. We offer a model that consists of 4 groups of categories: management (M); individual (I); technology (T); and environment (E). Our conclusions reinforce the importance of a coherent ICT diffusion strategy and supportive environment. This requires substantial investment in training and collegial learning support mechanisms. This paper provides an overview of the work undertaken and an analysis of its implications for the construction industry and we provide useful insights that a wide range of construction industry professionals and contractors may find useful.
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|Keywords:||CRC for Construction Innovation, Program A : Business and Industry Development, Project 2001-004-A : Knowledge Management and Innovation Diffusion|
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