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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Økonomi og Ledelse Organisasjon, ledelse, administrasjon Only connect

    Only connect

    Only connect

    Only connect (neat words, networks and identities)

    Forfatter Universitetsforl.

    (Siegfried Gudergan - Forfatter)

    Universitetsforl.

    Levering 2-6 dager

    399,- Nå 345,-

    ISBN:

    9788215010700

    Forlag:

    Universitetsforl.

    Trykkeår:

    2006

    Utgitt:

    2006

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    256

    Vekt:

    480 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Serie:

    Advances in organization studies (nr. 20)

    Only connect
    Universitetsforl.
    9788215010700

    Haugenboks omtale:

    In a networked economy and society, the connections between individual actors, organizations and entire industries gain more importance than the entities themselves. As the contributions suggest, networks develop somewhat fragile identities that emerge through shared practices and language games. Fr LES MER om this perspective networks are an outcome of acts of language use and their organizational practises unfold in and simultaneously constitute these networks. Providing rich empirical examples, the authors are linked by one common thread: how acts of "languaging" and heterogeneous practices contribute to the rice and sometimes fall of networks, and how these networks perform complex tasks shaping organizations, and by extension. LES MINDRE Haugenboks omtale In a networked economy and society, the connections between individual actors, organizations and entire industries gain more importance than the entities themselves. As the contributions suggest, networks develop somewhat fragile identities that emerge through shared practices and language games. From this perspective networks are an outcome of acts of language use and their organizational practises unfold in and simultaneously constitute these networks. Providing rich empirical examples, the authors are linked by one common thread: how acts of "languaging" and heterogeneous practices contribute to the rice and sometimes fall of networks, and how these networks perform complex tasks shaping organizations, and by extension.