Leveraging Knowledge for Innovation in Collaborative Networks
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Collaborative Networks A Tool for Promoting Co-creation and Innovation The collaborative networks paradigm offers powerful socio-organizational mec- nisms, supported by advanced information and communication technologies for p- moting innovation. This, in turn, leads to new products and services, growth of better customer relationships, establishing better project and process management, and building higher-performing consortia. By putting diverse entities that bring different perspectives, competencies, practices, and cultures, to work together, collaborative networks develop the right…mehr

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Collaborative Networks A Tool for Promoting Co-creation and Innovation The collaborative networks paradigm offers powerful socio-organizational mec- nisms, supported by advanced information and communication technologies for p- moting innovation. This, in turn, leads to new products and services, growth of better customer relationships, establishing better project and process management, and building higher-performing consortia. By putting diverse entities that bring different perspectives, competencies, practices, and cultures, to work together, collaborative networks develop the right environment for the emergence of new ideas and more efficient, yet practical, solutions. This aspect is particularly important for small and medium enterprises which typically lack critical mass and can greatly benefit from participation in co-innovation networks. However, larger organizations also benefit from the challenges and the diversity found in collaborative ecosystems. In terms of research, in addition to the trend identified in previous years toward a sounder consolidation of the theoretical foundation in this discipline, there is now a direction of developments more focused on modeling and reasoning about new c- laboration patterns and their contribution to value creation. "Soft issues," including social capital, cultural aspects, ethics and value systems, trust, emotions, behavior, etc. continue to deserve particular attention in terms of modeling and reasoning. Exploi- tion of new application domains such as health care, education, and active aging for retired professionals also help identify new research challenges, both in terms of m- eling and ICT support development.
  • Produktdetails
  • IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology 307
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Berlin Heidelberg / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 12755813
  • 2009
  • Seitenzahl: 856
  • Erscheinungstermin: 21. September 2009
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 50mm
  • Gewicht: 1452g
  • ISBN-13: 9783642045677
  • ISBN-10: 3642045677
  • Artikelnr.: 26986646
Inhaltsangabe
1 Co-innovation in Collaborative Networks.- Networked Innovation in Innovation Networks: A Home Appliances Case Study.- Managing Distributed Innovation Processes in Virtual Organizations by Applying the Collaborative Network Relationship Analysis.- A Balanced Scorecard for Open Innovation: Measuring the Impact of Industry-University Collaboration.- Co-creation and Co-innovation in a Collaborative Networked Environment.- 2 Collaboration Patterns.- A Cooperative Model to Improve Hospital Equipments and Drugs Management.- Modeling Adaptable Business Service for Enterprise Collaboration.- A Collaboration Pattern Model for Virtual Organisations.- Issues and Experiences in Logistics Collaboration.- 3 Needs and Practices.- Analyzing Enterprise Networks Needs: Action Research from the Mechatronics Sector.- Comparing Notes: Collaborative Networks, Breeding Environments, and Organized Crime.- Mapping R&D within Multinational Networks: Evidence from the Electronics Industry.- 4 Collaboration in Supply Chains.- Developing a Taxonomy and Model to Transfer and Assess Best Practices for Supply Chain Management.- Supply Chain Coordination in Hospitals.- A Supply Chain Architecture Based on Multi-agent Systems to Support Decentralized Collaborative Processes.- Collaborative Manufacturing Management in Networked Supply Chains.- 5 Teams and Collaboration.- Collaborative Capability of Teams in Network Organizations.- Knowledge Value Creation Characteristics of Virtual Teams: A Case Study in the Construction Sector.- Social Protocols for Agile Virtual Teams.- Analysis of Interpersonal Communication Processes in Digital Factory Environments.- 6 VO Breeding Environments Modeling.- Modeling Virtual Organization Architecture with the Virtual Organization Breeding Methodology.- For a Methodology to Implement Virtual Breeding Environments - A Case Study in the Mold and Die Sector in Brazil.- Virtual Operations in Common Information Spaces: Boundary Objects and Practices.- An Alignment Model for Collaborative Value Networks.- 7 Modeling and Managing Competencies - I.- Competence-Based Approach in Value Chain Processes.- Towards a Methodology for Managing Competencies in Virtual Teams - A Systemic Approach.- An Organization's Extended (Soft) Competencies Model.- 8 Modeling and Managing Competencies - II.- A Generic Framework of Performance Measurement in Networked Enterprises.- Transferability of Industrial Management Concepts to Healthcare Networks.- People at Work: Modelling Human Performance in Shop Floor for Process Improvement in Manufacturing Enterprises.- Competence Ontology for Network Building.- 9 Knowledge Management in Collaboration.- Knowledge Management with Snapshots.- Short-Term Semantic Consensus: Towards Agile Ontology Specification for Collaborative Networks.- Ontological View-Driven Semantic Integration in Collaborative Networks.- 10 Partners Selection.- Uncertainty in Partner Selection for Virtual Enterprises.- Supplier Selection in Virtual Enterprise Model of Manufacturing Supply Network.- Design and Implementation of a Multi-agent Framework for the Selection of Partners in Dynamic VEs.- 11 e-Procurement and Collaborative Procurement.- Collaborative Procurement within Enterprise Networks: A Literature Review, a Reference Framework and a Case Study.- eProcurement for Industrial Maintenance Services.- Guide to a Strategic Procurement Planning Approach on Regulated Commodity Markets.- 12 Trust and Soft Issues in Collaboration.- On Hard and Soft Models to Analyze Trust Life Cycle for Mediating Collaboration.- Trust Building in Virtual Communities.- Value Co-creation and Co-innovation: Linking Networked Organisations and Customer Communities.- 13 Processes and Decision.- Supporting Cross-Organizational Process Control.- A Service for Robust Decision Downloading in Collaborative Networks.- A Practice-Based Analysis of an Online Strategy Game.- An Anticipative Effects-Driven Approach for Analyzing Interoperability in Collaborative Proces