Many organizations form collaborative ICT-enabled networks in order to improve their performance, and we generally understand their motives and benefits in doing so. However, there is little empirical research that focuses on how collaborative relationships are sustained over the longer term. This paper is a first step in addressing this deficiency. Based on a review of the literature on strategic collaboration, we develop a conceptual framework for understanding and exploring the resources and capabilities required to sustain collaborative networks. The framework will provide a theoretical basis for a subsequent empirical investigation.
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|Published - Dec 2009
|20th Australasian Conference on Information Systems: Evolving Boundaries and New Frontiers: Defining the IS Discipline - Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 2 Dec 2009 → 4 Dec 2009
|20th Australasian Conference on Information Systems
|2/12/09 → 4/12/09