Agile Virtual Enterprises: Implementation and Management Support
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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Business Requirements and Background
A Review on Virtual Enterprise Models
The Organizational Model for a Market of Resources
Market of Resources and AgileVirtual Enterprises
About the Authors
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