3 edition of Networks and Organizations found in the catalog.
Networks and Organizations
by Harvard Business School Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert G. Eccles (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||560|
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Based on a Harvard Business School colloquium, this book considers networks in various firms, industries and economies. It aims to provide managers and researchers with new insight into understanding the pivotal role of networks in by: Social Networks and Organizations provides a compact introduction to major concepts in the area of organizational social networks.
The book covers the rudiments of methods, explores major debates, and directs attention to theoretical directions, including Cited by: Networks and Organizations debunks the myth that we are in the midst of an unprecedented era of change and refocuses attention on the timeless problem of management--mobilizing individual and collective action.
The book is packed with informative figures and charts, as well as a helpful appendix on network analysis, and thus will prove valuable as a reference book, as well." Howard E. Aldrich University of North Carolina In Changing Organizations David Knoke examines the formation of intra- and inter-organizational networks and their impact on the Cited by: As network organizations are representative of a broad range of possible network types, i.e.
alliance networks, clusters, outsourcing, and virtual organizations, this book presents various perspectives on the management of network organizations.
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Network society is the expression coined in related to the social, political, economic and cultural changes caused by the spread of networked, digital information and communications technologies.
The intellectual origins of the idea can be traced back to the work of early social theorists such as Georg Simmel who analyzed the effect of modernization and industrial capitalism on complex.
Nohria, N. and Robert G. Eccles, eds. Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and : Harvard Business School Press, Cited by: Network organizations are found most often in businesses that are driven by product development and customer service – electronics and software companies in particular – and often in smaller, younger organizations where traditional boundaries are weaker.
Some large-scale models exist: parts of Honda and Panasonic in Japan, 3M in the U.S. THE NATURE OF COMMUNICATION IN ORGANIZATIONS 19 Hopefully, this book will suggest ways in which to use communication as a positive tool to enhance our work environment and our work relationships.
Myth 6: The more communication, the better. If it is a good thing/ and it will solve all our problems, then of course the more of it the Size: KB. This book explains networks and how managers and organizations can navigate them to produce successful strategic innovation outcomes.
Although managers are increasingly aware of the importance of social relations for the inner-workings of the organization, they often lack insights and tools to analyze, influence or even create these networks.
Identifying and Leveraging the Hidden Social Networks That Drive Corporate Performance In today's flatter organizations, collaboration in employee networks has become critical to innovation and to both individual and companywide performance. Executives spend millions on new organizational designs, cultural initiatives, and technologies to promote the sharing of knowledge and expertise across /5(7).will first look at constituent network components and various network types, and then describe a reference model for network protocol architectures which we will expand upon throughout the rest of this book.
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It is essential reading not only for network scholars, but also for public and nonprofit administrators, who must be able to manage comfortably both within and across organizations."—.