Knowledge Transfer in the Australian Dairy Industry
This paper explores knowledge transfer amongst farmers in the Australian dairy industry. Dairy farmers have a tradition of sharing knowledge in trusting, collaborative communities.
||Knowledge Transfer, Micro-Cluster, Australian Dairy Industry, Dairy Discussion Groups, Innovation Policy
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp.159-168.
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Stephanie Miller has taught in the School of Management at Victoria University for 18 years. In recent years she has developed an interest in industry clustering, particularly in regional Victoria. Many of the ideas of collaboration and community which are evident in teams in organizations have a resonance in collaborative communities in these regions. Stephanie was the recipient of funding from the Victorian state government to conduct research into the food processing clusters of Bendigo, Shepparton and Werribee in Victoria. Subsequently she conducted a study of clustering in the Victorian dairy industry. In addition to teaching and research Stephanie has occupied leadership roles within Victoria University and in 2000 was Head of the School of Management. She has now shifted to the Sunbury campus of the University which reflects her interest in regional development and gives her greater access to rural centres.
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