Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||edited [i.e. authored] by Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh|
|LC Classifications||HD30.2 .C3553 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 332,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||332|
|ISBN 10||0387794255, 0387794263, 1441946381|
|ISBN 10||9780387794259, 9780387794266, 9781441946386|
|LC Control Number||2008924914|
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Exploring collaborative networks, critical characteristics and evaluation practices. This book is the outcome of the work of Environment and School Initiatives (ENSI), an international network of educational partners and the European project CoDeS, Collaboration of Schools and Communities for Sustainable Development ().
Swarm Creativity introduces a powerful new concept-Collaborative Innovation Networks, or COINs. Its aim is to make the concept of COINs as ubiquitous among business managers as any methodology to enhance quality and competitive by: What is Collaborative Network. Definition of Collaborative Network: An alliance of entities (e.g., organizations and people) that are autonomous, geographically distributed, and heterogeneous in terms of their operating environment, culture, social capital, and goals but that collaborate to better achieve common or compatible goals, and whose interactions are supported by computer network.
This unique book reveals how Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs) can be used to achieve resilience to change and external shocks. COINs, which consist of 'cyberteams' of motivated individuals, are self-organizing emergent social systems for coping with external change.
Collaborative networks encourage the team to work as a whole, toward a group-interested goal. Communication and information are targeted and are consumed with the intent of specific response and action.
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Luis Camarinha-Matos; Hamideh Afsarmanesh; Dario Antonelli; Series Title IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology Series Volume This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th IFIP WG Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, PRO-VEheld in Cardiff, UK, in September collaborative network (CN) domains and their applications, with a strong focus on the following areas: blockchain in collaborative networks, industry transformation and.
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Peter A. Gloor is a Research Fellow at both the Center for Coordination Science at MIT's Sloan School of Management and the Center for Digital Strategies at Dartmouth University's Tuck School of Business, exploring Collabortive Innovation Networks.
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Collaboration is an activity which is fundamentally situated within social networks where a network is considered as a linkage between two communicating nodes.
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As this case study makes clear, there are many types of networks, and they do not all follow Shirky’s model of instant empowerment for thousands of people. The collaborative networked organizations (CNO) area focuses on this type of organizational models that use ICT for supporting the development of collaborative business opportunities.
This paper describes the key concepts related to CNOs, provides a high level classification of collaborative networks, and presents some application cases in the Cited by: The chapter 15 of the “Global Project Management” book describes the characteristics that define these collaborative networks, discusses the main challenges presented by these forms of relationship, suggests a strategy to achieve effective collaboration and makes recommendations to kick-off the partnership and to concentrate on the.
multiple collaborative networks on a concurrent basis. It will be the network organizer or choreographer as we re-fer to the role, in certain networks and a member firm in others. These net-works may have competing purposes or be comprised of competitive firms.
5 Indeed, when collaborative networks are the organization, competition itself.operating environment in which collaborative networks can thrive. Recall that collaborative networks are fit-for-purpose structures. They organize themselves in the manner most appropriate for achieving their objectives.
Thus it should be no surprise that there is an infinite number of ways in which collaborative networks are managed. Depending.Collaborative Networks for local Innovation Collaborative Networks for local Innovation 4 5 This document is a collaborative innovation effort between InnovaAP and The Trust for The Americas foundation for promoting high added-value disruptive territorial dynamics .