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Journal Issue
Volume 10 Issue 1 / Oct 2012  pp1‑94

Editor: Frank Bannister

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Development of a community e‑portal constellation: Queensland Smart Region Initiative  pp1‑15

David W. Parker, George W. Downie, Graham Manville

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Abstract

A community e‑portal facilitates dynamic (developing), value (financial and non‑financial), constellation (collaborative networks), which supports community integration and economic growth. The OECD has identified that social cohesion rather than narrow economic gain is the most significant outcome for societies where all citizens, through learning and the transfer of knowledge, skills and attitudes, leads to becoming more effective and proactive participants in civil and economic processes. In this work, action research facilitated design, development, and implementation of a community‑portal dynamic‑value constellation to support networked value chains, community, and local government connectivity. The research gives insights through working closely with stakeholders. The research domain represents a novel value creation model, incorporating technologies and solutions in the context of virtual enterprises, partnerships and joint ventures and other market‑driven value constellations, where partners dynamically come together in response to or in anticipation of new market opportunities. Such constellations, however, bring with them significant operational and logistical challenges, about which there has been very little prior knowledge. 

 

Keywords: Dynamic value constellations, E-community-portal, E-business, E-Commerce

 

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E‑government and Technological Utopianism: Exploring Zambia’s Challenges and Opportunities  pp16‑30

Kelvin Joseph Bwalya, Saul Floyd Zulu, Balulwami Grand, Peter M. Sebina

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A Model of Success Factors for Implementing Local E‑government in Uganda  pp31‑46

Robinah Nabafu, Gilbert Maiga

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E‑government Information Application: Identifying Smuggling Vessels with Data mining Technology  pp47‑58

Chih-Hao Wena, Ping-Yu Hsu, Chung-Yung Wang, Tai-Long Wuc, Ming-Jia Hsu

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Government 2.0: Key Challenges to Its Realization  pp59‑69

Albert Jacob Meijer, Bert-Jaap Koops, Willem Pieterson, Sjors Overman, Sanne ten Tije

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Organizational Adaptation to Sustain Information Technology: The Case of E‑Government in Developing Countries  pp70‑83

Nurdin Nurdin, Rosemary Stockdale, Helana Scheepers

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Is e‑democracy more than democratic? ‑ An examination of the implementation of socially sustainable values in e‑democratic processes  pp84‑94

Gustav Lidén

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