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Prospects for Innovating Organizations

Benchimol, Mr. Guy (2007) Prospects for Innovating Organizations. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

We aim to give the main rationale to create products and/or services in a state-of-mind associating every stakeholder in the frame of a reactive and networked organization. This implies a value-chain from basic research to users needs, the starting point being often fuzzy. The consequences upon the strategy of the firm's offer is analyzed as well from a quantitative point of view (accounting) than a qualitative one. Various forms of organizations are reviewed or suggested, including the kind of corresponding culture, the necessary data-bases and the importance of collaboration.

Item Type:Other
Keywords:reactive organization; collaborative work; teams; creativity: holistic attitude; fuzzy front-end; global supply; emergent strategy; collective intelligence; virtual enterprise; decision making; rank; peers
Subjects:Psychology > Social Psychology
ID Code:5701
Deposited By:Benchimol, Guy
Deposited On:08 Sep 2007
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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