A corporate conundrum : the reform of Australian rural research and development
This thesis examines the revolution that occurred during the 1980s in the organisation, resourcing and management of Australian rural research and development. This revolution was based upon philosophies that advocated the need for research and development to move from being conducted in disparate and isolated organisations to being market-driven and industryrelevant. The implications of this change, the people responsible for its implementation and the processes used to implement such...[Show more]
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