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Title: Awareness

Awareness a foundation for investigating
inter-organizational collaboration in cadastral
  • Inter-organizational collaboration is fundamental
  • In the community awareness is often regarded as
    a success criterion for the development of
    inter-organizational collaboration in land
    administration systems (I focus on cadastral
  • Two kinds of awareness is adressed
  • Internal awareness - awareness of the existence
    of each other in order to develop effective,
    collaborative relationships.
  • External awareness - the organizations in common
    need to be aware of the potential social,
    economical and sustainable opportunities that the
    organizations together possess.

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Research questions
Can awareness be the area for an investigation of
the development of cadastral system towards
multipurpose systems?
  • The five objectives of the research are
  • To document how awareness plays a role in the
    development towards multi-purpose cadastral
  • To define the role and nature of awareness from
    an organizational viewpoint.
  • To develop an evaluation model for investigating
    awareness as an evaluation factor in cadastral
    systems in the development towards multi-purpose
  • To test an evaluation model of awareness against
    four case studies on cadastral systems.
  • To develop a self-assessment model for evaluating
    awareness in cadastral systems.

Multi-purpose cadastral system
  • A multi-purpose cadastral systems is a cadastral
    system that make its spatial information,
    expertise and services available to wider society
    in order to support and underpin the value of the
    spatial information, knowledge and tools for
    spatial enabling that exist in the cadastral
    systems. A multi-purpose cadastre is expected to
    serve more than its original purpose of primarily
    serving the land market.

INTRODUCTION Problem statement0 Chapter 1 Introduction Background of research Focus and aim Problem statement
BACKGROUND Current theory Current practice Chapter 2 Spatial data and SDIs Chapter 3 Cadastral systems Chapter 4 Inter-organizational networks The domain, the actors and their relations Facilitators and obstacles to inter-organizational relations Networks structures
OWN WORK Model building Method Chapter 5 Awareness and other aspects to affect inter-organizational relationships Overall model on data sharing Discussion of aspects to affect inter-organizational relationships Review of willingness, trust and interdependency Chapter 5 Phases of awareness Relation between internal and external awareness Models of phases of internal and external awareness The models in an evaluative context Chapter 6 Additional tools for investigating awareness Awareness building within organizations Awareness and organizational structures Awareness and political vision
CASE STUDIES Research model Design Method Analysis Results Test Chapter 7 Research model, method and design Overall awareness evaluation model Research method Research design Chapter 8 Case study analysis Introduction to case study analysis Case study analysis in this thesis Choice of cases Chapter 9 Case study of Denmarks cadastral system Chapter 10 Case study of Western Australias cadastral system Chapter 11 Case study of Victorias cadastral system Chapter 12 Case study of Netherlands cadastral system
SYNTHESIS Analysis Discussion Conclusion Chapter 13 Analysis, development of self-assessment model and discussion of results Chapter 14 Conclusion
Two stringed theory building
  • Phases of awareness developed from phases of trust
  • Aspects to affect awareness

Management communication Management communication
Inter-organizational coordination bodies Inter-organizational coordination bodies
Willingness Attitude
Willingness Social pressure
Willingness Technical knowledge
Network structure Overall network characteristics
Network structure Links
Network structure Importance in the network
Trust Trust
Visions and strategies Visions and strategies
Motivation Need defining awareness Getting-to-know
Motivation Collaboration awareness Problem-setting
Coordination Coordination awareness Structuring
Coordination Implementation awareness Problem solving
Outcome Evolution awareness Maintaining relations
  • Denmark, Australian, The Netherlands
  • Using the aspects to investigate the cases for
    levels of awareness
  • Aim is to use this investigation to test the
    level of internal and external awarness
  • Is this possible?

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  1. Awareness does seem to play an important role in
    inter-organizational collaboration in cadastral
  2. It is possible to build a theoretical model that
    clarifies the somewhat diffuse concept of
    awareness and specify a difference in internal
    and external awareness
  3. It is possible to build a theoretical model of
    the aspects that seem to affect awareness

  • The ongoing investigations of awareness in land
    administration systems have revealed that it is a
    demanding task to use the term as a foundation
    for investigations of inter-organizational
    collaboration in cadastral systems
  • it is very complicated to uncover the complex
    organizational structures and aspects that seem
    to affect awareness in land administration
  • it has proved difficult to separate the proposed
    internal and external phases of awareness in the
    investigated organizations

  • A preliminary conclusion is therefore that the
    land administration community is right when
    stating that awareness is a success criterion for
    the development of inter-organizational
    collaboration, but in reality it is a very
    difficult and time consuming term to use in
    studies of inter-organizational collaboration in
    these systems

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