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Social Meets Structure: Revealing Team Collaboration Activities and Effects in Enterprise Social Networks [article]

Alexander Merz, Isabella Seeber, Ronald Maier
2015
Our findings describe four effects of team collaboration emerging from ESN-supported social and structure activities.  ...  Enterprise social networks (ESNs) are increasingly added to organizational IT infrastructures for more inclusive, open, and "social" communication.  ...  First, we investigated ESN-supported activities for team collaboration and categorized them in two types of activities: social and structure activities.  ... 
doi:10.18151/7217430 fatcat:ngje7r6hqnemzowcedybni4lvm

Critical Race Theory Meets Social Science

Devon W. Carbado, Daria Roithmayr
2014 Annual Review of Law and Social Science  
Social psychology and sociology in particular can help to explain how race constructs key aspects of social experience-for example,  ...  Among other things, social science can provide CRT with data and theoretical frameworks to support key empirical claims.  ...  Recent work by Roithmayr (2014) , for example, relies on the rapidly evolving social science of networks and the connection between network effects and persistent racial bias.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-lawsocsci-110413-030928 fatcat:mes5z6nw7za2tdomcpi6a5jfte

Social Media Meets the Modern Mission Agency

Todd Marshall
2014 Advances in the Study of Information and Religion  
Mission agencies have existed since the 1850s and represent early implementations of globally distributed collaborative groups.  ...  of knowledge in technical systems.  ...  This activity is essentially a practice of learning resulting from mutual engagement and a shared repertoire in a joint enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.21038/asir.2014.0004 fatcat:dxqfyzuiafdhnnfjm6ephl4kbu

The First National Scientific Meeting of the Social and Behavioral Science Research Network

Michael B Blank, David S Metzger, Gina M Wingood, Ralph J DiClemente
2008 Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes  
The purpose of this network was 3-fold. First, it was intended to foster multisite collaborations between behavioral and social scientists.  ...  The most highly valued activities were those that facilitated networking among mentees, networking between mentors and mentees, and workshops that focused on grant applications and first academic appointments  ...  Warner Greene, and Brenda G. Sanchez.  ... 
doi:10.1097/qai.0b013e3181605888 pmid:18301127 fatcat:kimvtxnrjbc7nnvdhfagpugdji

Society for Social Medicine annual meeting 1996

1996 Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  
Setting -The 14 centres in England and Scotland which participated in the Carnegie survey and where children were examined.  ...  Main outcome measures -Age adjusted overall, coronary heart disease and cancer mortality rates in men and women in relation to "z" scores for height, leg length and trunk length.  ...  The unit has contributed regularly to the Society for Social Medicine Annual Meetings and published over 50 papers in the Society's joumal.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jech.50.5.580 fatcat:lzudmv6rfzgpxdte4doozknqdm

Meeting places and social capital supporting rural landscape stewardship: A Pan-European horizon scanning

Per Angelstam, Mariia Fedoriak, Fatima Cruz, José Muñoz-Rojas, Taras Yamelynets, Michael Manton, Carla-Leanne Washbourne, Denis Dobrynin, Zita Izakovičova, Nicklas Jansson, Bogdan Jaroszewicz, Robert Kanka (+13 others)
2021 Ecology and Society  
Competing claims from various sectors call for evidence-based adaptive collaborative governance. Leveraging such approaches requires maintenance of several forms of social interactions and capitals.  ...  The portfolios of fora for social interactions were linked to societal cultures across the European continent: "self-expression and secular-rational values" in the northwest, "Catholic" in the south, and  ...  Other key funding was received from FORMAS (grant 2017:1342) to Per Angelstam, VEGA (grant 2/0078/18) to Robert Kanka and Zita Izakovičová, and LIAISON-H2020 (grant agreement No 773418) to José Muñoz  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-12110-260111 fatcat:qfxdpugzsffilkdj4rlu3sgpyi

Barriers and benefits of using social networking sites versus face-to-face meetings for sharing knowledge in professional societies

Kamla Ali Al Busaidi, Gillian Ragsdell, Ray Dawson
2017 International Journal of Business Information Systems  
Professional societies combine formal and informal structure and online and offline activities.  ...  This paper reveals the benefits and the barriers of social networking sites (SNS) for sharing knowledge in professional societies compared to face-to-face meetings based on two-rounds of the Delphi technique  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbis.2017.10004396 fatcat:qgnkay7qdbfz5celafc2346yzq

Barriers and benefits of using social networking sites versus face-to-face meetings for sharing knowledge in professional societies

Kamla Ali Al Busaidi, Gillian Ragsdell, Ray Dawson
2017 International Journal of Business Information Systems  
Professional societies combine formal and informal structure and online and offline activities.  ...  This paper reveals the benefits and the barriers of social networking sites (SNS) for sharing knowledge in professional societies compared to face-to-face meetings based on two-rounds of the Delphi technique  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbis.2017.083681 fatcat:6q7vm7y36jayzjtfo6d7d3c5ua

Exploring social structures in Extended Team Model

Mansooreh Zahedi, Muhammad Ali Babar
2013 2013 6th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE)  
However, there is little empirical knowledge about the social structures in ETM and their impact on collaboration.  ...  This paper reports a study aimed at exploring the role of social structures to support collaboration in an ETM.  ...  As the social networking and social structures are gaining significant attention in GSD, our study intended to explore the role of social structures in encouraging collaborative behaviors in an ETM-based  ... 
doi:10.1109/chase.2013.6614742 dblp:conf/icse/ZahediB13 fatcat:53ha4hp4nbcirkwduckd7vup3y

Sustainability Meets Profitability: The Convenient Truth of How the Business Judgment Rule Protects a Board's Decision to Engage in Social Entrepreneurship

Janet E. Kerr
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Strategic Management and the Cost of Externalities In economic terms, an externality is an effect from one activity which has consequences for another activity but is not reflected in market prices.  ...  enterprise that is self-sustaining, makes money, and solves a social problem.  ...  effectiveness achieving its social impacts, and includes consideration of the time required before social impacts are evident."  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1296270 fatcat:7ncprzpopjhohbbrsfnha3nlqy

Employee Primacy, or Economics Meets Civic Republicanism at Work

Brett H. McDonnell
2006 Social Science Research Network  
In methodology, the argument draws both upon economics, understood more broadly than in most corporate law scholarship, and upon civic republican ideas.  ...  that employees possess. (2) Corporations characterized by employee primacy are more likely to be socially responsible, and hence generate fewer negative externalities, than corporations characterized  ...  Another possible difference is in the effect of governance structure on the values and norms of corporate managers.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.878790 fatcat:4z26hgtpxra7tpgplworllck6m

Barbados: Meeting the Challenge of Competitiveness in the 21st Century

Liliana Rojas-Suarez, Andrew Downes
2006 Social Science Research Network  
enterprises to thrive and effective macroeconomic policies to emerge.  ...  , social integration, accountable institutions and civil society, the MDG, and environmental standards. 6) Constraints in ICT and the impediments to enterprise development. 7) Greater effectiveness of  ...  However, this probably refl ects a very cautious response to ensuring that the very fragile pedological structure is not further threatened and to the possibility of any economic and social activity evaporating  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2560824 fatcat:oxtil37iprdd5otijrs4zomlii

BL-ECD: Broad Learning based Enterprise Community Detection via Hierarchical Structure Fusion [article]

Jiawei Zhang, Limeng Cui, Philip S. Yu, Yuanhua Lv
2017 arXiv   pre-print
In the enterprise context, a large amount of information about the employees is available in both (1) o ine company internal sources and (2) online enterprise social networks (ESNs).  ...  Based on the various enterprise social intimacy measures introduced in this paper, Humor detects a set of micro community structures of the employees based on each of the socialization activities respectively  ...  A er necessary data cleaning and employee ID alignment with the enterprise social network and organization chart datasets, nally 142 research teams in the MSR department.  ... 
arXiv:1711.09411v1 fatcat:uz73ddjsljdu3bpyg3o6yiay3a

Study of the Nature and Structure of Corporate Culture with Neural Network Models

Sergiy V. Kovalevskyy
2015 American Journal of Neural Networks and Applications  
Study of the Nature and Structure of Corporate Culture with Neural Network Models.  ...  Abstract: The article contains the new materials reflecting application of neural network models in designing of innovative processes in pedagogic.  ...  of qualities and skills, which allow him to occupy a particular position in the social structure of organization and play a proper social role.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajnna.20150101.12 fatcat:mnudbdfbdvh43dop3punlaiupy

Understanding Structures and Affordances of Extended Teams in Global Software Development

Muhammad Ali Babar, Mansooreh Zahedi
2013 2013 IEEE 8th International Conference on Global Software Engineering  
There is little known about the structures (work, social, and communication) that may exist in ETM and what affordances those structures provide to support collaboration and coordination.  ...  This study has revealed that whilst the current structures in the studied team help deal with different GSD challenges, these structures appear to have certain challenges inherent in them and the affordances  ...  , and social) on enabling or hindering coordination and collaboration in ETM.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2013.36 dblp:conf/icgse/BabarZ13 fatcat:ipu6vn5bcra4lb6fjpgp5tg3f4
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