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Governing Business Systems

Theories and Challenges for Systems Thinking in Practice
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ISBN-13:
9783319660363
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
176
Autor:
Gandolfo Dominici
Serie:
Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
1 - PDF Watermark
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

1. Financing Management of Companies.- 2. A New Approach to the Management of Cash in a Company.- 3. Governing Complex Strategic Networks: Emergence Versus Enabling Effects.- 4. Challenges of the Priority Sectors of Entrepreneurship in Georgia.- 5. Towards Discovering the Limits of Smart Grid Communication Infrastructure.- 6. Exploiting Internet-Of-Things: Platforms and Business Models.- 7. The Leadership Competencies and Intuitive Decision-Making of Top And Middle Level Managers in the Automotive Industry.- 8. Government Performance, Ethics and Corruption in the Global Competitiveness Index.- 9. Innovation in Cultural Districts: The Cases of Naples and Washington.- 10. Only Pricing Policy Matters.
Based on papers from the 4th Business Systems Laboratory International Symposium (BSLAB) in 2016, this volume contributes to the business management, organizational and innovation literature by providing insights on the antecedents of systems thinking in the business systems domain.  The Business Systems Laboratory International Symposium addresses current global economic and social challenges from a systemic perspective, drawing from the domains of management, economics, engineering and sociology.  In particular, the 2016 Symposium focuses on the epistemological, theoretical, methodological, technical and practical contributions that represent advancements in the theory and practice of governing business systems to address present and future challenges in the global economy.  The contributions explore the application of systems thinking to governance, involving the introduction of new administrative organizational and managerial activities aimed toward organizational innovation and control.