Encyclopedia of Networked and Virtual Organizations, Volume 2
Information Science Reference, 2008 - Business enterprises - 1907 pages
"This book documents the most relevant contributions to the introduction of networked, dynamic, agile, and virtual organizational models; definitions; taxonomies; opportunities; and reference models and architectures. It creates a repository of the main developments regarding the virtual organization, compiling definitions, characteristics, comparisons, advantages, practices, enabling technologies, and best practices"--Provided by publisher.
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