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Vernetzte Organisation

[The Networked Organization]

Ed. by Richter, Alexander

With contrib. by Aschoff, Felix-Robinson / Back, Andrea / Bansemir, Bastian / Behrendt, Sebastian / Bender, Jens / Bentele, Markus / Bülow, Christina / Bullinger-Hoffmann, Angelika C. / Denner, Jonathan / Diehl, Roland / Doll, Bernhard / Dückert, Simon / Ehms, Karsten / Frick, Norbert / Geissler, Peter / Geissler, Jörg / Grabmeier, Stephan / Grosse, Dirk / Gülpen, Christian / Hakes, Christoph / Hauder, Matheus / Heiss, Michael / Herzog, Christian / Hieronimus, Solveigh / Jödicke, Corinna / Kaiser, Stephan / Kley, Katharina / Klier, Julia / Klier, Alexander / Koch, Michael / Königstein, Heiko / Kozica, Arjan / Kramer, Markus / Kraus, Hans / Langen, Manfred / Lauber, Jürgen / Lemân, Fritjof / Loeffler, Thomas / Metscher, Johannes / Ott, Florian / Piller, Frank / Prinz, Wolfgang / Rebhan, Volker / Rhenius, Marcus / Riehs, Peter / Roth, Sascha / Ruckriegel, Harald / Schaefer, Sebastian / Schimek, Ines / Schirmer, Harald / Schmaltz, Christoph / Schmidt, Jan-Hinrik / Schnurr, Jan-Mathias / Schön, Sabine / Schwabe, Gerhard / Steinhüser, Melanie / Stern, Sebastian / Strobl, Helmut / Sütterlin, Sarah / Trier, Matthias / Trude, Ellen / Ulbricht, Carsten / Wagner, David / Wagner, Philipp / Wegscheider, Michael / Wittenbrink, Heinz / Zacher, Andreas / Zagst, Michael / Zec, Marin

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    Publication Date:
    August 2014
    ISBN
    978-3-486-74731-7
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    Overview

    • Integrates social, organizational, and technological aspects of global change through networking
    • Engages in interdisciplinary dialogue about the corporate culture of the future.

    Aims and Scope

    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.

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    Details

    ix, 365 pages
    DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Monograph
    Keyword(s):
    Communication, social media, networking, knowledge transfer, organization
    Readership:
    Students of computer science, information systems, business sciences as well as entrepreneurs and practitioners

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