The New Organization: Towards Computational Organization Management Networks

The New Organization: Towards Computational Organization Management Networks

Farley Simon Nobre (Innovation Technology Enterprise, Brazil), Andrew M. Tobias (University of Birmingham, UK) and David S. Walker (University of Birmingham, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-302-9.ch014
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Abstract

This chapter contributes by proposing the definition, the structure and the processes of Computational Organization Management Networks (COMN) which are new organizations whose principles of operation are based on the concepts of Hierarchic Cognitive Systems (as proposed in Chapter III) along with those of Telecommunications Management Networks of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T, 2000). Structured with functional layers and the roles which range from technical and managerial to institutional levels of analysis, and also equipped with technological, operational, managerial and business processes, the concept of Computational Organization Management Networks (COMN), as proposed in this chapter, plays an important part in the developments of future organizations where cognitive machines and Cognitive Information Systems (CIS) are prominent actors of governance, automation and control of the whole enterprise. Moreover, this chapter introduces the concept of immersive systems in order to provide the new organization with the capability of immersiveness.

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