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Author: MICHEL ZARKA; ELENA KOCHANOVSKAYA; William A Pasmore
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] INFORMATION AGE PUB, 2019.
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New digital technologies are changing the way organizations are designed and work is done. Companies that have seized this opportunity are finding that they can speed up innovation, enhance collaboration across boundaries, and enable greater commitment and creativity. This totally new approach for digitally-enabled collaboration doesn't stop at the edge of an organization's boundary but extends beyond it in space  Read more...
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ZARKA, MICHEL.
BRAIDED ORGANIZATIONS.
[Place of publication not identified] INFORMATION AGE PUB, 2019
(OCoLC)1090994301
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: MICHEL ZARKA; ELENA KOCHANOVSKAYA; William A Pasmore
ISBN: 9781641135573 1641135573
OCLC Number: 1097961301
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Contents: Foreword: Fabrice BregierPrefaceChapter 1: Flying With the SunChapter 2: Why Braids?Chapter 3: Braided Organization Design Chapter 4: Examples of Applications of Braids Chapter 5: Implementing BraidsChapter 6: Leading Braids Epilogue: Michel ZarkaReferencesAbout the Authors

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Learning from the trailblazing experimentation of companies like Airbus, Procter & Gamble, Red Hat, and Dassault Systemes, this book outlines how to approach designing braided organisations for a  Read more...

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