Knowledge Networking for Collaborative Commerce

Knowledge Networking for Collaborative Commerce

Dimitris Apostolou (Planet Ernst & Young, Greece), Gregoris Mentzas (National Technical University of Athens, Greece) and Wolfgang Maass (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 39
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-381-4.ch007
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Abstract

This chapter aims to describe interorganizational “knowledge networks” and demonstrate how they have ushered in a new paradigm of collaborative business by forging links between internal and external knowledge and information resources. The overall aim is to classify and review various approaches in interorganizational knowledge networking whose objectives may span a multitude of needs: from “loose” information sharing that may be not connected to financial transactions between the networking organizations to “tight” knowledge exchanges that are related to commercial transactions and enable the creation of value from leveraging the interchange of knowledge assets.

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Acknowledgments
Eldon Y. Li, Timon C. Du
Chapter 1
Eldon Y. Li, Timon C. Du
This chapter introduces collaborative commerce as a means of integrating information technologies into e-business adoption. It explains how... Sample PDF
Collaborative Commerce
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Chapter 2
Gregoris Mentzas, Georgia Bafoutsou
This chapter investigates the subject of e-collaboration and proposes a meta-taxonomy that classifies the existing taxonomies of collaborative... Sample PDF
Electronic Collaboration, Communication and Cooperation: A Taxonomy and a Prototype
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Chapter 3
George Q. Huang
This chapter discusses the roles of electronic business solutions (EBSs) in supporting collaborative product development (CPD). Two fundamental... Sample PDF
Collaborative Product Development
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Chapter 4
Manuel Contero, Carlos Vila
This chapter introduces the importance of information technologies for the integrated product and process development within the framework of... Sample PDF
Collaborative Engineering
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Chapter 5
Beomjin Choi, T.S. Raghu, R. Ramesh, Andrew B. Whinston
This chapter introduces the collaborative decision making (CDM) framework as a means of employing a systematic approach to develop collaborative... Sample PDF
Collaborative Decision Making
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Chapter 6
Workflow Collaboration  (pages 150-182)
Benjamin Yen, Guohua Wan
The chapter focuses on a summary of the contemporary development of workflow management systems in collaborative commerce. The technical facet is... Sample PDF
Workflow Collaboration
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Chapter 7
Dimitris Apostolou, Gregoris Mentzas, Wolfgang Maass
This chapter aims to describe interorganizational “knowledge networks” and demonstrate how they have ushered in a new paradigm of collaborative... Sample PDF
Knowledge Networking for Collaborative Commerce
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Chapter 8
David McConnell
This chapter introduces networked collaborative e-learning as a specific model of e-learning. It argues that any e-learning event or course is... Sample PDF
Networked Collaborative E-Learning
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Chapter 9
Tim S. McLaren, Milena M. Head, Yufei Yuan
Recent advances in supply chain management information systems (SCM IS) have enabled firms to more fully collaborate with their supply chain... Sample PDF
Costs and Benefits in Supply Chain Collaboration
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Chapter 10
Jonah C. Tyan
This chapter introduces the applications of collaborative transportation and consolidation management in global third-party logistics. These... Sample PDF
Applications: Collaborative Transportation and Consolidation in Global Third Party Logistics
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Chapter 11
Samuel H.S. Wang, Hsin Rau, Michael H. Hu
This chapter deals with ethical dimensions in the environment of collaborative commerce. An ethical failure model is developed based upon failure... Sample PDF
Ethical Dimensions in Collaborative Commerce
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