Business Networking: Shaping Collaboration Between Enterprises; with 40 Tables

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2001 - Business & Economics - 403 pages
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Electronic commerce, supply chain management, customer relationship management, and other forms of Business Networking will fundamentally change the way business will be conducted in the information age. We will see close collaboration between processes of different enterprises, and above all, new enterprises and new processes. Business Networking offers exceptional opportunities for fast innovators and harbors fundamental risks for slowpokes. Business Networking proposes a process-oriented model for Business Networking and the concept of networkability to develop realistic strategies for managing enterprise relationships in the Internet economy. It is written to serve academic and professional audiences and formulate key success factors and management guidelines. All ideas were developed in close cooperation of research and practice and are documented in numerous original case examples.
 

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Contents

I
2
II
15
III
17
IV
55
V
87
VI
89
VII
111
VIII
121
XII
175
XIII
193
XIV
211
XV
229
XVI
247
XVII
249
XVIII
265
XIX
289

IX
135
X
153
XI
155
XX
305
XXI
323
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Elgar Fleisch is Professor of Technology Management and Director of the Institute of Technology Management at the University of St Gallen. He is also Professor of Information Management at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ). His research focuses on the economic impacts and infrastructures of ubiquitous computing. He is co-chair of research of Auto-ID Labs, co-founder of several university spin-offs and serves as a member of multiple management boards and academic steering committees.

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