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Management of networked organisations using a web-enabled collaborative environment

Su, Daizhong and Hull, Barry and Hou, Jiachen (2002) Management of networked organisations using a web-enabled collaborative environment. In: Concurrent Engineering: Advanced Design, Production and Management Systems. Taylor and Francis Ltd, pp. 259-264. ISBN 9058096246

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Abstract

A structure for management of networked organisations in dynamic collaborative networks (NODCN) is described and illustrated by two application areas: the management of total production process in manufacturing industry and the management of university operation. A Web-enabled collaborative environment (WebECE) is then proposed which is utilised as a tool to implement the management of NODCN. The supplier selection is presented to illustrate the WebECE-NODCN implementation.