Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 11 avhandlingar innehållade ordet interrelating.
Sammanfattning : An increasing number of articles in management journals has recognised knowledge as being the organisation's prime resource, and particular interest has been given to the ways in which knowledge is managed by organisations in order to stay competitive. Management of knowledge incorporates aspects related to the question of how to co-ordinate knowledge held by highly specialised individuals and projects are often considered to be a solution to this problem of coordinating different knowledge bases. LÄS MER
2. Professional Pride and Prejudice : Negotiating leadership in an era of interprofession-based organizing
Sammanfattning : Leadership has always played a peculiar role in the context of profession-based operations. Within bureaucratic yet decentralized organizational configurations – where conventional notions of labor management fall short in explaining executive functions – distributions of authority and influence have historically been inherent in strong hierarchies and meritocracies. LÄS MER
3. Public e-Service Stakeholders : A study on who matters for public e-service development and implementation
Sammanfattning : Public e-services are progressively used as a means for governmental agencies to interact and exchange information with citizens and businesses. These services are typically Internet-based and are meant to fulfill the three overarching objectives of egovernment; (1) to improve citizens’ interactions with the government, (2) to make governmental organizations more efficient and effective, and (3) to increase the transparency of government and lead to a more democratic society. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Denna avhandling handlar om kunskapsintegration i produktutvecklingsprojekt. Med kunskapsintegration avses processer av mål-orienterad interrelatering med syfte att dra fördel av de kunskapskomplementariteter som finns mellan individer som har differentierade kunskapsbaser. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : During recent decades, shopping’s geographical manifestations have altered radically and the presumed ‘death’ of town centre retailing has become a public concern. The social, cultural, and economic backgrounds of this decentralisation of retail and its effects on city life have been studied comprehensively. LÄS MER