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Regulating Work in Digital Enterprises: A Flexible Managerial Framework [chapter]

Takahiro Murata, Naftaly H. Minsky
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper demonstrates that work in digital enterprises-like work in conventional enterprisescan be carried out effectively by autonomous agents, subject to a regulatory regime that combines standing  ...  enterprise-wide policies with flexible managerial controls.  ...  We start in the next section with an example designed to motivate the need for flexible regulation of work in digital enterprises, and to demonstrate the nature of the required regulatory mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36124-3_21 fatcat:adfujogl3zgxdffjfjbqf42fhy

How Innovative are Virtual Enterprises?

Francesco M. Barbini, Alessandro D'Atri
2005 European Conference on Information Systems  
In addition, a comparison with other inter-firm cooperation configurations (e.g. extended enterprise, digital districts, inter-organizational projects) will point out the most innovative features characterizing  ...  This contribution will investigate the conditions and the situations in which a virtual enterprise can be regarded as innovative from an organizational point of view.  ...  In such a framework, the virtual enterprise appears by demanding a specific domain and thus enacting its task environment.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/BarbiniD05 fatcat:n232cdvfl5fadalj5jjuk24gzi

Conceptualising the Benefit Framework of an Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS)

Mohamad Rahimi Mohamad Rosman, Mohammad Azhan Abdul Aziz
2018 Scientific Research Journal  
Content management is an organisational effort of managing content, particularly in digital format.  ...  Moreover, it is also found that in the context of the benefit framework of Shang and Seddon [10], three categories were found relevant to the field of content management: operational benefit, managerial  ...  Thus, organisations are in need of a concept and tool for content management. To address this demand, an Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS) was introduced in 2001.  ... 
doi:10.24191/srj.v15i2.5478 fatcat:galkc43jebaxvjphzehzpv4rjq

Impacts of implementing Enterprise Content Management Systems

Knut Grahlmann, Cokky A. R. Hilhorst, Sander van Amerongen, Remko Helms, Sjaak Brinkkemper
2010 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper presents the results of a case study on the impacts of implementing Enterprise Content Management Systems (ECMSs) in an organization.  ...  Finally, the case study results show that implementing an ECMS to support rather 'static' processes can be expected to cause more and stronger impacts than the support of 'flexible' processes.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the interviewees at the two anonymous organizations and at the Hoge Raad for their participation in this study.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/GrahlmannHAHB10 fatcat:rxxfzjbtzvdjnmszsxhhkn3l4a

Economic and legal aspects of the innovative activity of enterprises in the context of the digital economy

Olga Vladimirovna Markova, Ekaterina Yevgenievna Listopad, Aleksandr Vladimirovich Shelygov, Alexander Grigorievich Fedorov, Igor Valentinovich Kiselevich
2021 Nexo  
technologies, and develop a unified legal framework in the economic space.  ...  It is proved that innovations will increase the investment attractiveness of the business, maintain a balance of creative freedom and internal control measures, self-regulation in the field of digital  ...  Issues of the innovative activity development of enterprises in the digital economy were considered in the works of L.V.  ... 
doi:10.5377/nexo.v34i02.11623 fatcat:wchyqaj35rclrkphovkvd3hfbu

Enterprise Restructuring in Belarus

Marina Bakanova, Saul Estrin, Igor Pelipas, Sergej Pukovich
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Enterprise Restructuring in Belarus * We explore the impact of privatization and the entry of new firms on enterprise performance in Belarus, a transition economy in which reform and market-orientated  ...  Our work is based on a large enterprise level survey which includes state-owned firms, privatized companies and newly created enterprises. The data refute both hypotheses.  ...  We control for managerial turnover with a dummy variable, LOS, which takes the value of unity if the manager started working at the enterprise prior to 1996.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.918081 fatcat:ai7okxjj4bg3fctfuxka5xiw5a

Enterprise Architecture Institutionalization: a Tale of two Cases

Dinh Dang
2017 European Conference on Information Systems  
The purpose of this research is to examine why organizations with similar objectives and environments at the beginning obtain different outcomes when implementing enterprise architecture (EA) projects  ...  We conduct a qualitative multiple-case study using the lens of institutional theory through the analysis of intra-organization relations.  ...  The domain of this work thus occupied the majority in the IT department, as an enterprise architect (ET) in Mopha circulated that "we try to publish the list of IT standards and frameworks as in the government  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/Dang17 fatcat:ybooc4tbsne7jgjas6xb27uya4

Digital transformation of enterprises: trends, factors, results

Vladimir Zakharov, Elena Ludushkina, Marina Kislinskaya, Elena Kornilova, Alexey Novikov
2022 Nexo  
aspects, a strategic and operational approach, considering transformation management as a flexible self-learning ecosystem.  ...  In the new post-Covid reality, enterprises will change dramatically, and to achieve success they will need a new paradigm of digital transformation management, organically combining economic and social  ...  methods and models for diagnosing, monitoring, preventing and overcoming crisis phenomena in the economy in the context of digitalization as a way to ensure the economic security of the Russian Federation  ... 
doi:10.5377/nexo.v35i01.13924 fatcat:ulkvfuza4banhbrvxk4ncsdmoa

Sustaining Enterprise Operations and Productivity during the COVID-19 Pandemic: "Enterprise Effectiveness and Sustainability Model"

Bojan Obrenovic, Jianguo Du, Danijela Godinic, Diana Tsoy, Muhammad Aamir Shafique Khan, Ilimdorjon Jakhongirov
2020 Sustainability  
Finally, balancing between the stockpiling of resources and resiliency is crucial in anticipation of a crisis.  ...  Therefore, we conclude that enterprises with financial contingency plans sustain their business operations during a pandemic.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12155981 fatcat:kh2uetlsfzblbktv37to4wgsjq

A Conceptual Approach to Identify Factors Affecting the Digital Transformation of Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) during Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

Ruly - Wiliandri
2020 Ekonomi bisnis  
The government's support for improving the telecommunications infrastructure and a digital ecosystem plays an essential role in accelerating DT.  ...  This article aims to identify both internal and external factors that influence the Digital Transformation (DT) process of Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) during the COVID-19 pandemic  ...  Then, the results are shown in a conceptual framework.  ... 
doi:10.17977/um042v25i2p66-85 fatcat:jafxhd3k5fhw7ah3pqczttra5e

Ethics In The Technology Driven Enterprise

Bobbie Green, James A. Nelson
2011 Zenodo  
As such, legal and ethical dilemmas confronted by both the employer and the employee concerning managerial control and ownership of einformation have increased dramatically in the USA.  ...  Innovations in technology have created new ethical challenges. Essential use of electronic communication in the workplace has escalated at an astronomical rate over the past decade.  ...  A framework has been established to ensure that federal agencies are consistent with the methods and procedures in the collection, storage, use, analysis, and sharing of biometric data in a lawful and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1062958 fatcat:wv5fijgwxzeapmq73bn5xf66la

Transformation of Digital Management in Enterprises Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

Boris Miethlich, Denis Belotserkovich, Samira Abasova, Еlena Zatsarinnaya, Oleg Veselitsky
2022 Institutions and Economies  
This study aims to examine changes in enterprise management during the COVID-19 pandemic and develop a universal mechanism for managing digital transformation.  ...  The findings suggest that in pandemic settings, digital enterprise management concentrates on survival, self-learning and cooperation without intermediaries through innovation and the transformation of  ...  In the current environment, the work of enterprises and managers are primarily directed at digital document processing.  ... 
doi:10.22452/ijie.vol14no1.1 fatcat:guvnzqkotjeebkuetqpqze6ihm

Policy reconciliation for access control in dynamic cross-enterprise collaborations

D. Preuveneers, W. Joosen, E. Ilie-Zudor
2017 Enterprise Information Systems  
In dynamic cross-enterprise collaborations, different enterprises form a − possibly temporary − business relationship.  ...  Our framework addresses the managerial overhead of continuous updates to access control policies for enterprise information systems to accommodate disparate attribute usage.  ...  After discussing related work in section 2, we present a motivating use case on net- worked production and concerted manufacturing processes in section 3.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17517575.2017.1355985 fatcat:so7n4oiefbepxmi7wks5ouvk3a

Telework During the COVID-19 Pandemic – An Approach From the Perspective of Romanian Enterprises

CatalinaTurkes Mirela, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University, Bucharest, Romania, Stancioiu Aurelia-Felicia, Codruta Adina Baltescu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania, Transilvania University of Brasov, Brasov, Romania
2021 Amfiteatru Economic  
work, information security management, and digitalization.  ...  Telework within Romanian enterprises is strongly and significantly influenced by the action of the factors analyzed in this paper, namely: work organization, performance management, safety and health at  ...  In Romania, work at home was regulated in 2003 (Law 53/2003 art. 1) by the Labour Code.  ... 
doi:10.24818/ea/2021/58/700 fatcat:sid7uuajtrcnxfye4r4prxkbtq

Social Enterprises and Eu Regulation

Bohinc Rado
2019 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management  
Here, we present our views on the legal framework needed to implement the concept of social entrepreneurship in the EU in a more efficient and effective manner.First, we present a range of definition of  ...  Social enterprises are very diverse across Europe. There is a wide range of different legislative approaches and different organisational and legal forms on the national level.  ...  Social enterprises are flexible and innovative, and realize their goals based on active membership and commitment to voluntary cooperation (voluntary work).  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijsrm/v7i4.lla01 fatcat:h4pr2djgfzaq5loqqutq5gv2di
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