Knowledge and Technology Management in Virtual Organizations: Issues, Trends, Opportunities and Solutions

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Goran Putnik, Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha
Idea Group Pub., 2007 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
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Knowledge and Technology Management in Virtual Organizations: Issues, Trends, Opportunities and Solutions presents a collection of the most recent contributions in the areas of organization, knowledge, and technology management in the context of virtual enterprises. This book contains important and in-depth information on four dimensions: semantic, managerial, technological, and social. The semantic dimensions covered in this book are ontological and organizational approaches, concepts, organizational models, and knowledge management models. In respect to managerial dimensions, this book covers process management, integration management, relationship management, process integration, knowledge management, technology integration management, and information integration. Knowledge and Technology Management in Virtual Organizations: Issues, Trends, Opportunities and Solutions presents the technological dimension by explaining the infrastructures and technologies to support technology and information integration standards and protocols. Lastly, this title highlights the social dimension, including human resources management, human resources integration, social issues, social impact, social requirements, and communities of knowledge.

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