Industrial Networks

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Resumé

Companies organize in a way that involves many activities that are external to the traditional organizational boundaries. This presents challenges to operations management and managing operations involves many issues and actions dealing with external networks. Taking a network perspective changes the focus of operations management from managing the own organization to continuously developing and managing a network of external and internal resources forming a production system. This perspective may be called managing an “extraprise” rather than an “enterprise.” It should be noted that “an industrial network” should not be seen as an organizational form but as a perspective that can be used to enrich one's understanding of organizations. The industrial network perspective has three basic building blocks: actors, resources, and activities. The three building blocks and their relations constitute the network.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelWiley Encyclopedia of Management
RedaktørerCary L. Cooper
Vol/bind10
Udgivelses stedChichester
ForlagWiley
Publikationsdato22 jan. 2015
Udgave3.
ISBN (Trykt)9781119972518
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781118785317
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 22 jan. 2015

Bibliografisk note

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Emneord

  • Extraprise
  • Collaborations
  • Network
  • Off-shoring
  • Outsourcing
  • Production system
  • Suppliers
  • Partners
  • Sourcing

Citer dette

Karlsson, C. (2015). Industrial Networks. I C. L. Cooper (red.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Management (3. udg., Bind 10). Chichester: Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118785317.weom100114
Karlsson, Christer. / Industrial Networks. Wiley Encyclopedia of Management. red. / Cary L. Cooper. Bind 10 3. udg. Chichester : Wiley, 2015.
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