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Vernetzte Organisation
The Networked Organization

Edited by: Alexander Richter
With contributions of: Felix-Robinson Aschoff, Andrea Back, Bastian Bansemir, Sebastian Behrendt, Jens Bender, Markus Bentele, Christina Bülow, Angelika C. Bullinger-Hoffmann, Jonathan Denner, Roland Diehl, Bernhard Doll, Simon Dückert, Karsten Ehms, Norbert Frick, Peter Geissler, Jörg Geissler, Stephan Grabmeier, Dirk Grosse, Christian Gülpen, Christoph Hakes, Matheus Hauder, Michael Heiss, Christian Herzog, Solveigh Hieronimus, Corinna Jödicke, Stephan Kaiser, Katharina Kley, Julia Klier, Alexander Klier, Michael Koch, Heiko Königstein, Arjan Kozica, Markus Kramer, Hans Kraus, Manfred Langen, Jürgen Lauber, Fritjof Lemân, Thomas Loeffler, Johannes Metscher, Florian Ott, Frank Piller, Wolfgang Prinz, Volker Rebhan, Marcus Rhenius, Peter Riehs, Sascha Roth, Harald Ruckriegel, Sebastian Schaefer, Ines Schimek, Harald Schirmer, Christoph Schmaltz, Jan-Hinrik Schmidt, Jan-Mathias Schnurr, Sabine Schön, Gerhard Schwabe, Melanie Steinhüser, Sebastian Stern, Helmut Strobl, Sarah Sütterlin, Matthias Trier, Ellen Trude, Carsten Ulbricht, David Wagner, Philipp Wagner, Michael Wegscheider, Heinz Wittenbrink, Andreas Zacher, Michael Zagst and Marin Zec
We live in an ever more networked world. New technologies enable flexible and targeted communication within a firm, resulting in more efficient knowledge transfer and improved employee networking. This study examines attendant changes taking place at the social, organizational, and technological levels. It draws upon experts from varied academic disciplines and organizational departments to develop an integrated understanding of these phenomena.
Integrates social, organizational, and technological aspects of global change through networking Engages in interdisciplinary dialogue about the corporate culture of the future.

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Audience: Students of computer science, information systems, business sciences as well as entrepreneurs and practitioners

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