The significant overall problem for performance of the Australian beef supply chain was unskilled and inexperienced staff or personnel. Based on the results of the research, the suggested solutions are to provide training, knowledge and skills development, to integrate training methods with innovation and technology diffusion, to select and hire higher skilled migrants (outsourcing), to expand the group training provisions across Australia, to have deeper and richer relationships between industry, vocational education and training and higher education sectors, and to have better targeted recruitment.
|Title of host publication||22nd ANZAM Conference|
|Subtitle of host publication||Managing in the pacific century|
|Place of Publication||Canning Bridge, W.A.|
|Publisher||Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
|Event||Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference - Auckland, New Zealand, New Zealand|
Duration: 02 Dec 2008 → 05 Dec 2008
|Conference||Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference|
|Period||02/12/08 → 05/12/08|
Jie, F., Parton, K., Jenkins, R., & Cox, R. (2008). Improving supply chain performance of Australian beef enterprises. In 22nd ANZAM Conference: Managing in the pacific century (pp. 1-14). Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd.