Journal of Computer Science


Carmen Joham, Majharul Talukder and Mohammed Aseeri

DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2014.2374.2382

Journal of Computer Science

Volume 10, Issue 12

Pages 2374-2382


This study argues that the concept of ‘self-organization’ is useful as an alternative to evaluate innovative capacity in rural communities and enable an effective engagement with the economic development regions. The concept of self-organization provides a means of reviewing regions in a manner which enables local Governments to measure and develop innovative capacity. Developing innovative capacity is seen as an important driver for achieving the targets of a country strategic planning agenda. This paper presents a study in the state of South Australia, Australia in which the self-organization concept offers a strategy for proactively engaging the regions to innovation.


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