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2017 | 13 | nr 2 | 195--208
Tytuł artykułu

Determining Degree of Complexity in Different Interfirm Relations : Formal versus Informal Relations of Authoritative System

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Kennzeichnung des Komplexitätsniveaus in Verschiedenen Relationen : in Formellen versus Informellen Relationen und in Auutoritativen Systemen
Wyznaczanie poziomu złożoności w różnych relacjach : formalnych versus nieformalnych w systemach autoratywnych
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Abstrakty
Wstęp: Międzyorganizacyjna złożoność sieci przejawia się w wielu postaciach. Uwzględniając typ relacji sieciowych, można mówić o wieloelementowym wzorze powiązań związków międzyorganizacyjnych. Niemniej jednak można je analizować w dość schematyczny sposób. Mimo to, brak jest badań jak ta złożoność przejawia się w różnego rodzaju typach struktur sieciowych.
Metody: Stosując metodologię analizy sieci społecznych, przeanalizowano strukturę zależności międzyorganizacyjnych w zależności od rodzaju powiązań sieciowych.
Wyniki i wnioski: Wyniki otrzymane w trakcie analizy wykazują poziom złożoności w zależności od powiązań danej organizacji z innymi uczestnikami. Sugerują one istotność zarządzania sieciowego zależnościami międzyorganizacyjnymi oraz selektywną alokację zasobów do obszaru zarządzania sieciowego. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Background: Inter-organizational network complexity exists in many forms. Depending on the type of network relationship, we could see different pattern of complexity emerged from the complex interorganizational relations. Yet managing them has taken rather a monotonous approach. However, no previous study has attempted how this complexity may appear in the different type of network structure.
Methods: Using the social network analysis methodology, this study embarks on the objective in determining the structure of complexity of inter-organizational structure base on the different type of network relationships.
Results and conclusions: Findings of this study indicated that firms' degree of complexity emerged from the firms' involvement differs in the different type of inter-organizational relationships that they are embedded in. Implication of the findings highlights the importance of network management base on type of inter-organizational relations and selective resource allocations management for inter-organizational network. (original abstract)
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13
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195--208
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  • Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
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