WIT Press


Personal Competences And Social Structure: Information Management In Business Networks

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CI040081

Volume

31

Pages

11

Published

2004

Size

483 kb

Author(s)

J. Aderhold & M. Meyer

Abstract

We developed a procedure for exploring and describing the insufficiently investigated relationship between role expectations in the network, subjective motives, experiences and identifications, which might be employed during the iterative process of network construction. This procedure is derived from the interplay between network development, role structures, defining competence profiles and the integrated bundling in network-based value creation processes. Due to the dynamics and complexity, this unit of analysis requires (1) an intensive focus upon the notion of person-related competency and its importance in the dynamic context of networks, and (2) a method for describing and presenting

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