Selective broadcast during the asynchronous pre-meeting stage of strategy formulation: a GSS capability for the Indonesian culture
|dc.identifier.citation||Abdat, Sjarif and Atkinson, Douglas and Pervan, Graham. 2000. Selective broadcast during the asynchronous pre-meeting stage of strategy formulation: a GSS capability for the Indonesian culture, in Sprague, R. (ed), 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, Jan 4 2000, Vol. 2: pp. 1-6. Maui, Hawaii: IEEE Computer Society.|
Research about Group Support Systems and the designof these technologies uses western culture as a point ofreference. While the research reveals promising resultson the effectiveness of these technologies, thetechnologies may be less effective when applied directlyto different cultures or cross-cultural situations wherethere may be different support requirements. This paperpresents the concept of Selective Broadcast which wasoriginally defined as the delivery of a packet to aspecified subset of possible destinations , but in thispaper refers to the distribution of information tospecified members of a communication group. It ispotentially one of the most significant requirements oftechnological support for groups engaged in the premeetingstage of strategy formulation in Indonesia.Indonesian culture has relatively high power distance,low individualism, and weak uncertainty avoidance [12,13], and high context [10, 11]. Selective Broadcast isdiscussed with respect to meetings, group memory,culture and practical applications.
|dc.publisher||IEEE Computer Society|
|dc.title||Selective broadcast during the asynchronous pre-meeting stage of strategy formulation: a GSS capability for the Indonesian culture|
|dcterms.source.title||33rd Hawaii international conference on systems science|
|dcterms.source.series||33rd Hawaii international conference on systems science|
|dcterms.source.conference||33rd Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science|
|dcterms.source.conference-start-date||4 Jan 2000|
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|curtin.faculty||Curtin Business School|
|curtin.faculty||School of Information Systems|