Sharing Views, Information, and Cross-Enterprise Culture in the Corporate Situation Room

Sharing Views, Information, and Cross-Enterprise Culture in the Corporate Situation Room

Bob Roberts (Kingston University, UK) and Adamantios Koumpis (ALTEC S.A., Greece)
Copyright: © 2008 |Pages: 14
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-648-8.ch009
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Abstract

A major challenge for virtual organisations in that respect is the integration of their various corporate organisational and information assets, as well as their communication infrastructures and personnel. There also remains a need for greater understanding of how such virtual enterprises will operate in a ‘shared data / information / knowledge environment’, through distributed working approaches and based on the paradigm of using the Situation Room metaphor as the core paradigm for carrying out joint operations. In this Chapter, we present a methodology for modelling corporate interactions using the concept of the Situation Room (SR) as a supporting paradigm. Such an approach enables a way to model interactions of a virtual enterprise nature by means of a information and knowledge auction market that is concerned with the communications and interactions within a virtual enterprise (VE). This forms part of a wider research in defining a methodological framework for Situation Room Analysis (SRA), and its deployment for complex corporate intelligence systems study.

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