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Collaborative Communities of Firms:Purpose, Process, and Design Information and Organization Design Series. 2012. Auflage

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Stand: 06.12.2017
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Collaborative Communities of Firms:Purpose, Process, and Design Information and Organization Design Series. Auflage 2012

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Collaborative Communities of Firms:Purpose, Process, and Design. Auflage 2012

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eBook Collaborative Communities of Firms
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Faced with the ever-accelerating pace of technological change and the restructuring of markets, many firms have been questioning the appropriateness of their own organizational structure and effectiveness. Consequently, we have witnessed much organization

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Leading Collaborative Architectural Practice
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The groundbreaking guide to modern leadership in architectural practice Leading Collaborative Architectural Practice is the leadership handbook for todays design and construction professionals. Endorsed by the American Institute of Architects, this book describes the collaborative approach to leadership that is becoming increasingly prevalent in modern practice; gone are the days of authoritative star architects- todays practice is a brand , and requires the full input of every member of the team. This book builds off of a two-year AIA research project to provide a blueprint for effective leadership: the ability, awareness, and commitment to lead project teams who work together to accomplish the projects goals. Both group and individual hands-on exercises help facilitate implementation, and extensive case studies show how these techniques have helped real-world firms build exemplary success through collaborative teamwork and leadership. Highly illustrated and accessible, this approach is presented from the practicing architects point of view-but the universal principles and time-tested methods also provide clear guidance for owners, contractors, engineers, project managers, and students. Build a culture of collaboration, commitment, and interpersonal awareness Adopt effective leadership techniques at the team, project, or practice level Handle conflict and resolve communication issues using tested approaches Learn how real-world projects use effective leadership to drive success The last decade has seen a sea-change in architectural leadership. New practices no longer adopt the name and identity of a single person, but create their own identity that represents the collaborative work of the entire group. Shifts in technology and changing workplace norms have made top-down management structures irrelevant, so what does it now mean to lead? Forefront presents effective contemporary leadership in the architectural practice, and real-world guidance on everyday implementation. Erin Carraher, AIA, is a licensed architect and assistant professor at the University of Utahs School of Architecture. Ryan E. Smith is an associate professor and director of the Integrated Technology & Architecture Collaborative (ITAC) at the University of Utah. He is author of Prefab Architecture and co-editor of Building Systems and Offsite Architecture. Peter DeLisle, PhD, served as the Leslie B. Crane Chair of Leadership Studies and director of The Posey Leadership Institute at Austin College until his recent retirement.

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Leading Collaborative Architectural Practice
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The groundbreaking guide to modern leadership in architectural practice Leading Collaborative Architectural Practice is the leadership handbook for todays design and construction professionals. Endorsed by the American Institute of Architects, this book describes the collaborative approach to leadership that is becoming increasingly prevalent in modern practice; gone are the days of authoritative star architects- todays practice is a brand , and requires the full input of every member of the team. This book builds off of a two-year AIA research project to provide a blueprint for effective leadership: the ability, awareness, and commitment to lead project teams who work together to accomplish the projects goals. Both group and individual hands-on exercises help facilitate implementation, and extensive case studies show how these techniques have helped real-world firms build exemplary success through collaborative teamwork and leadership. Highly illustrated and accessible, this approach is presented from the practicing architects point of view-but the universal principles and time-tested methods also provide clear guidance for owners, contractors, engineers, project managers, and students. Build a culture of collaboration, commitment, and interpersonal awareness Adopt effective leadership techniques at the team, project, or practice level Handle conflict and resolve communication issues using tested approaches Learn how real-world projects use effective leadership to drive success The last decade has seen a sea-change in architectural leadership. New practices no longer adopt the name and identity of a single person, but create their own identity that represents the collaborative work of the entire group. Shifts in technology and changing workplace norms have made top-down management structures irrelevant, so what does it now mean to lead? Forefront presents effective contemporary leadership in the architectural practice, and real-world guidance on everyday implementation. Erin Carraher, AIA, is a licensed architect and assistant professor at the University of Utahs School of Architecture. Ryan E. Smith is an associate professor and director of the Integrated Technology & Architecture Collaborative (ITAC) at the University of Utah. He is author of Prefab Architecture and co-editor of Building Systems and Offsite Architecture. Peter DeLisle, PhD, served as the Leslie B. Crane Chair of Leadership Studies and director of The Posey Leadership Institute at Austin College until his recent retirement.

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Role of Inter-firm Networks in Technology Adopt...
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Role of Inter-firm Networks in Technology Adoption::A Quantitative Study of Collaborative Learning and Innovation in the Petroleum Industry David Agiddi

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Getting to We - Negotiating Agreements for High...
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Drawing on best practices and real examples from companies who are achieving record results, Getting to We flips conventional negotiation on its head, shifting the perspective from a tug of war between parties to a collaborative partnership where both sides effectively pull against a business problem. Kate Vitasek is the founder and managing partner of Supply Chain Visions, a Washington consulting firm that specializes in supply-chain strategy and education. She is a faculty member at the University of Tennessees Center for Executive Education and she teaches MBA classes on performance management and lean supply chains at Wright State University. Vitasek also teaches seminars for the Warehouse Education Research Council and is on the peer review board for the Journal of Business Logistics. Jeanette Nyden, J.D., author, educator and attorney, is a recognized thought leader and negotiation expert. Nyden authored Negotiation Rules! A Practical Approach to Big Deal Negotiations and co-authored The Vested Outsourcing Manual: A Guide to Creating Successful Business and Outsourcing Agreements . In 2002, Nyden founded Nyden & Co, a boutique consulting and training company. Nyden has worked with companies to help them structure and negotiate high performing partnerships including companies, such as Microsoft, Union Pacific Railroad, Jones Lang LaSalle, Esterline Corporation, and T-Mobile. David Frydlinger is an attorney and head of the group for Strategic Contracts at Lindahl law firm in Sweden and is the author of a Swedish book on how to write and negotiate commercial contracts. He works mainly for companies in the ICT sector, drafting and negotiating outsourcing and other complex commercial contracts. Frydlinger holds a masters degree in sociology.

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Collaborative Research Design - Working with Bu...
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This book articulates and interconnects a range of research methods for the investigation of business management processes. It introduces new directions that both recognise the business community as stakeholders in the research process and seek to include them in that process. The book presents a range of contemporary research methods with particular focus on those that allow insights into business managers thoughts and behaviours. It includes fresh views on traditional research designs, for example new approaches to using literature reviews, experiments, interviews and observation studies. It also considers cutting-edge research methods, such as the use of vignettes, workshops, improvisation and theatre, as well as computer-based simulation. In addition to discussing new approaches to data capture and data generation, it presents new methods of data analysis by considering various forms of models and modelling, new forms of computer-aided text analysis and innovative approaches to data display. Finally, the book provides a link between the philosophical underpinnings of research and the different research methods presented. This is often neglected but undertaking the knowledge-generating journey that is research includes having a view on reality and marrying this to beliefs about how the reality to be investigated can be best expedited. Per Vagn Freytag is Professor of Marketing at the University of Southern Denmark. His main area of research is business-to-business marketing, specifically segmentation and portfolio planning, with a focus on dyads and understanding collaboration between firms. Throughout his career he has been heavily involved in substantial knowledge-sharing and collaboration activities between universities and public and private firms. Louise Young is Emeritus Professor of Marketing at the University of Western Sydney and Visiting Professor of Marketing at the University of Southern Denmark. Her main focus is business-to-business marketing and is widely known for her work on trust and cooperation in business relationships. She has also worked in the areas of innovation in networks, idea and resource innovation, the industrial selling process, relationship building through professional networking, alienation in channels of distribution and relational commitment. ;

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Managing Complexity - Challenges for Industrial...
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This book presents papers by experts in the field of Industrial Engineering, covering topics in business strategy; modelling and simulation in operations research; logistics and production; service systems; innovation and knowledge; and project management. The focus of operations and production management has evolved from product and manufacturing to the capabilities of firms and collaborative management. Nowadays, Industrial Engineering is concerned with the study of how to design, modify, control and improve the performance of complex systems. It has extended its scope to any physical landscape populated by social agents. This raises a major challenge to Industrial Engineering: managing complexity. This volume shows how experts are dealing with this challenge.

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Stand: 14.11.2017
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