Agile Virtual Enterprises: Implementation and Management Support

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Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 381 pages
Agile/virtual enterprise (A/VE) is seen as a new and most advanced organizational paradigm, and is expected to serve as a vehicle towards a seamless perfect alignment of the enterprise within the market. Agile Virtual Enterprises: Implementation and Management Support addresses A/VE as a highly dynamic, reconfigurable agile network of independent enterprises sharing all resources, including knowledge, market, and customers; using specific organizational architectures that introduce the enterprises' true virtual environments.
 

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Contents

Business Requirements and Background
1
A Review on Virtual Enterprise Models
25
Chapter III
81
Chapter IV
99
Section
132
Chapter VII
191
The Organizational Model for a Market of Resources
209
Chapter IX
294
Market of Resources and AgileVirtual Enterprises
308
Chapter XI
348
About the Authors
374
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Maria Manuela Cunha is currently an Assistant Professor at the Scholl of Management of Polytechnic Institute of Cavado and Ave where she is president of the scientific board, director of the department of Information Systems, and teaches subjects related with Information Systems and Information Technology on undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Bruno da Conceicao Cortes is currently a Senior Software Developer of Business Objects, the world leading company on Business Intelligence solutions. Goran D. Putnik received his Dipl. Eng., M.Sci. and Dr.Sci. from the Belgrade University, both M.Sci. and Dr.Sci. in the domain of Intelligent Manufacturing Systems.

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