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Information systems strategy and knowledge-based small and medium-sized enterprises : an investigation within the Australian biotechnology industry

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Clarke, JL (2005) Information systems strategy and knowledge-based small and medium-sized enterprises : an investigation within the Australian biotechnology industry. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

This thesis explores the nature of information systems strategy (ISS) within twelve Australian
biotechnology knowledge-based small and medium-sized enterprises
(KSMEs). Over the last two decades, there has been considerable interest, within both the academic and
business communities, on the role information systems (IS)plays in competitive advantage. To date, most of the ISS models, frameworks and techniques that have emerged, have been derived from empirical research based on large organisations.

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