Item description for Business Networking: Shaping Collaboration Between Enterprises by Hubert Österle...
Electronic commerce, supply chain management, customer relationship management, and other forms of Business Networking will fundamentally change the way business will be conducted in the information age. We will see close collaboration between processes of different enterprises, and above all, new enterprises and new processes. Business Networking offers exceptional opportunities for fast innovators and harbors fundamental risks for slowpokes. Business Networking proposes a process-oriented model for Business Networking and the concept of networkability to develop realistic strategies for managing enterprise relationships in the Internet economy. It is written to serve academic and professional audiences and formulate key success factors and management guidelines. All ideas were developed in close cooperation of research and practice and are documented in numerous original case examples.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.29" Width: 5.98" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1.63 lbs.
Release Date Jan 25, 2001
ISBN 3540413510 ISBN13 9783540413516
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Good Balance for Business Managers and Academics/Students Sep 17, 2001
Osterle, Fleisch, and Alt's have crafted a comprehensive study about how enterprises can achieve "networkability" in their book, "Business Networking". The concept of "networkability" or the ability to establish efficient business relationships among internal and external resources is explored in four parts through the use of case studies and primary research culled from experiences in "Competence Centers". The highlight of the book for business managers is the section on Key Success Factors for Business Networking Systems - a section that builds upon the first three parts of the book and ties all the key lessons together. Moreover, it is here that the authors conclude that Business Networking relies on sophisticated IT and explains how a critical mass of partners facilitates networkability. Research data contained in the book is appropriately documented and there are plenty of schematics and tables to help solidify key points throughout the text. The book certainly succeeds as an academic text (and it may become required reading in some business school classes), but for more general audiences of business managers, the book plods along in certain sections explaining nuts and bolts - laying the groundwork - necessary to comprehend the key success factors.