Achieving organisational effectiveness with B2E E-business model

Mootheril, F 2008, Achieving organisational effectiveness with B2E E-business model, Masters by Research, Business Information Technology, RMIT University.


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Title Achieving organisational effectiveness with B2E E-business model
Author(s) Mootheril, F
Year 2008
Abstract This research is about understanding effectiveness achieved from B2E (Business-to-Employee) e-business model. Though many studies have been undertaken on B2B and B2C models; research on B2E is still at an infancy stage. This research addressed the identified niche with a focus on the factors that lead to organisational effectiveness from B2E e-business model in the Australian context. The research was guided by Resourced Based Theory and Competing Values Framework to understand the impact of the model on organizational effectiveness. Research methods adopted for this research are exploratory; so that the 'new' area can be investigated and emerging new concepts in the same phenomena can be examined. Analysis of the data is interpretive, which was collected via interviews using a semi-structured questionnaire. The findings reveal that the Australian organisations investigated rega rd B2E e-business to be a dynamic and evolving model for internal management and service to employees. The findings also indicate that B2E model is adopted differently in different organizations. However, the general pattern or theme that the data revealed is that the B2E applications tend to follow a stream of electronic applications such as electronic news (e-news), electronic documents (e-documents), electronic information (e-information), electronic human resource (e-HR) applications and electronic business processes for the management of employees and their internal processes. The resulting outcomes include both internal and external effectiveness in organisations with B2E e-business models.
Degree Masters by Research
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Business Information Technology
Keyword(s) Electronic commerce -- Management
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