Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 6 avhandlingar innehållade ordet self-organisation.
Sammanfattning : The increasing market fluctuations and customized products demand have dramatically changed the focus of industry towards organizational sustainability and supply chain agility. Such critical changes in the strategic vision of the companies inevitably have a direct impact on the shop-floor operational requirements. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The objective of this dissertation is to analyse and discuss the issue of self-organisation from a spatial point of view. The thesis takes its point of departure firstly from the assumption that self-organisation concerns a process through which subjects aspire to become involved in societal development and decision-making from below, and secondly that self-organisation always takes place in a social and spatial context that establishes its conditions. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The refinement in consumer's requirements and the fast paced development of socio-technical systems, are promoting, increasingly globalized markets with a high demand for fast time-to-market, sustainable, high quality and highly customized, or even personalized, low priced products. This new reality is forcing companies to change and adapt their business strategies, so that they can quickly and efficiently engage in short-window business opportunities. LÄS MER
4. Småhusfinansiering : En studie av kommunens, statens och enskilda aktörers riskhantering i Nyköping 1904-1948
Sammanfattning : How were owner-occupied houses financed in Nyköping 1904-1948? This is the main issue of the thesis, and this question can now be answered. The answer, however, is not as simple and direct as the question. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Proceeding from land degradation and soil fertility decline in sub-Saharan African smallholder agriculture and drawing on empirical research with smallholder farmers in Tororo district in south-eastern Uganda (2010-2012), this thesis identifies local collective strategies in response to changing livelihood conditions. In an attempt to co-produce knowledge with a transformative potential, the thesis also illustrates how action research can be employed to envision, implement and evaluate a locally anchored practice to improve soil fertility, namely the use of human urine as a crop fertilizer. LÄS MER