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|Handbook of Research on Enterprise 2.0: Technological, Social, and Organizational Dimensions
Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Fernando Moreira, João Varajão.
Workplace technology is evolving at an accelerated pace, driving innovation, productivity, and efficiency to exceedingly high levels. Businesses both small and large must keep up with these changes in order to compete effectively with fellow enterprises.
The Handbook of Research on Enterprise 2.0...
A Systemic Perspective to Managing Complexity with Enterprise Architecture
Organizational complexity is an unavoidable aspect of all businesses, even larger ones, which can hinder their ability to react to sudden or disruptive change. However, with the implementation of enterprise architecture (EA), businesses are able to provide their leaders with the resources needed to...
Competition, Strategy, and Modern Enterprise Information Systems
Providing a central organization for shared information, large businesses continue to rely on enterprise information systems to offer quality service when deadline with large volumes of data. Competition, Strategy, and Modern Enterprise Information Systems provides extensive coverage on the...
Enterprise Development in SMEs and Entrepreneurial Firms: Dynamic Processes
Nelson Oly Ndubisi, Sonny Nwankwo.
In order to increase the economic opportunities available, enterprise development plays a crucial role in the progression of socio-economic development for small and medium enterprises. Enterprise Development in SMEs and Entrepreneurial Firms: Dynamic Processes explores the process of enterprise...
Business-Oriented Enterprise Integration for Organizational Agility
Robin G. Qiu.
Over the past few years, advancement in distributed computing and interconnected networks has enhanced the role of information technology and improved business performance around the world. As a result, enterprise integration has become a norm in competitive organizations by effectively integrating...
Enterprise Business Modeling, Optimization Techniques, and Flexible Information Systems
Petraq Papajorgji, Alaine Margarete Guimarães, Mario R. Guarracino.
Many factors can impact large-scale enterprise management systems, and maintaining these systems can be a complicated and challenging process. Therefore, businesses can benefit from an assortment of models and management styles to track and collect data for processes. Enterprise Business Modeling...
Enterprise Information Systems and Advancing Business Solutions: Emerging Models
Global markets and competition have forced companies to operate in a physically distributed environment to take the advantage of benefits of strategic alliances between partnering firms. With global operations in place, there is a need for suitable Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) such as...
Organizational Integration of Enterprise Systems and Resources: Advancements and Applications
João Eduardo Quintela Alves de Sousa Varajão, Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Antonio Trigo.
The topic of Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) is having an increasingly relevant strategic impact on global business and the world economy, and organizations are undergoing hard investments in search of the rewarding benefits of efficiency and effectiveness that these ranges of solutions promise....
Enterprise Architecture for Connected E-Government: Practices and Innovations
Enterprise Architecture is the inherent design and management approach essential for organizational coherence leading to alignment, agility, and assurance. Structured Enterprise Architecture approach is often used to plan and implement efficient and effective transformation efforts. However, the...
Enterprise Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
Information Resources Management Association.
The continual development and refinement of enterprise information systems is essential for organizational advancement. Enterprise Information Systems Design, Implementation and Management: Organizational Applications investigates the creation and implementation of enterprise information systems....
Managing Adaptability, Intervention, and People in Enterprise Information Systems
Enterprise Information Systems (EIS), as business management systems, seek to combine all aspects of an organization. EIS facilitate enterprise-wide integrated information systems (IS) covering all functional areas of the organization and performing core business activities. In today’s uncertain and...
Leadership in the Digital Enterprise: Issues and Challenges
In digital enterprise, individuals use a variety of technologies to assist them in communicating, collaborating, and coordinating their activities across distance and time, enhancing workflow expertise and communications. Leadership in the Digital Enterprise: Issues and Challenges presents a...
Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems
Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha.
Enterprise information systems touch every process of an organization as new functionalities in previously existing and upcoming solutions are created every day. Social, Managerial, and Organizational Dimensions of Enterprise Information Systems discusses the technological developments, main issues...
Managing Risk in Virtual Enterprise Networks: Implementing Supply Chain Principles
Pressures imposed by today's modern and highly competitive business environment and momentum created with the emergence of Information and Communication Technologies force business entities to rethink current models, in order to benefit from a more flexible and cost effective form of organizational...
A Conceptual Framework for Risk and Vulnerability in Virtual Enterprise Networks
Is managing risk in Virtual Enterprise Networks different from managing risk in supply chains? It is not unusual for firms in a supply chain to come together and act as a Virtual Enterprise Network (VEN) and the supply chains of today’s globalized and outsourced business environment exhibit many...
Managing Supply Chain Risks: Understanding the Impact of Network Characteristics
This chapter takes an exploratory look at the use of formal network measures to further understanding of the sources of extended enterprise or supply chain risk. It attempts to show that network measures can provide additional insight to ‘uncover’ sources of risk that could remain hidden using...
Mitigating Risk through Building Trust in Virtual Enterprise Networks
The emergence of virtual enterprise networks represents a dynamic response to the challenge of the hierarchical coordination of networked businesses. Therefore, the chapter’s first aim is to provide justified answers to the question of why the virtual enterprise business model is getting so much...