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作者 Taxen, Lars, 1944-
書名 Using activity domain theory for managing complex systems [electronic resource] / Lars Taxen
出版項 Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2010
國際標準書號 1605661937 (ebook)
9781605661933 (ebook)
1605661929 (hardcover)
9781605661926 (hardcover)
9781616924195 (pbk.)
國際標準號碼 10.4018/978-1-60566-192-6 doi
book jacket
說明 electronic texts (xxvi, 317 p. : ill.) : digital files
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
The dawn of the activity domain theory -- Reflection -- The philosophical roots -- Activity theory -- The constitution of the activity domain -- Cognitive grounding -- Operationalizing the theory -- Positioning against other theories -- The practical and theoretical trails in hindsight -- The anatomy-centric approach towards managing complex projects -- Enterprise architectures -- Product lifecycle management revisited -- Alignment -- In search of an integrating construct -- In conclusion
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Latest research indicates that construction of a communal meaning regarding coordination of complex systems development tasks should be implemented into practice, proving that far more attention should be given to the issue of communal meaning construction in organizations. This book offers a new approach towards managing complex systems that informs the co-construction of technical support for coordination and communal meaning regarding this support. Compiling and structuring empirical observations from the Ericsson Company and theoretical developments from the perspective of meaning construction, it combines a deep understanding of concrete, everyday conditions of the telecom industry with innovative theoretical development of the Activity Domain Theory (ADT)
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
鏈接 (Original) 1605661929 9781605661926 (DLC) 2009038606
主題 System theory
Network analysis (Planning)
Management information systems
Workflow -- Management
Industrial management
Activity domain
Activity Domain Theory
Activity modalities
Agile development of software
Alignment of business and knowledge strategies
Anatomy-centric approach
Business processes
Cognitive grounding
Common understanding, communal meaning
Complex systems theory
Congruence mind-activity
Coordination of the development of the 3rd generation of mobile telecom systems at Ericsson
Cultural-historical Activity Theory
Dialectical method
Enterprise architectures
Information modeling projects
Integration centric development method
IS/IT architectures
Mediational means
Practical guiding principles for managing complex systems
Practice-based theories
Product life-cycle management
Alt Author IGI Global
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