Information space: a framework for learning in organizations, institutions and culture

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Routledge, 1995 - Computers - 550 pages
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Max Boisot divides his time between the new Judge Institute of Management at Cambridge, ESADE management school in Barcelona, and various consultancy projects around the world. His lectures to company executives on the cyber-space have gained cult status. This book provides a complete theory of cybernetics, information and organization. Max Boisot divides his time between the new Judge Institute of Management at Cambridge, ESADE management school in Barcelona, and various consultancy projects around the world. His lectures to company executives on the cyber-space have gained cult status. This book provides a complete theory of cybernetics, information and organization.

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Contents

Orienting thoughts on information
9
The structuring of information
39
The sharing of information
93
Copyright

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Max Boisot is currently Professor of Strategic Management at ESADE, Barcelona and Senior Associate at the Judge Institute of Management Studies at the University of Cambridge.

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