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Social e-enterprise

Teresa Torres-Coronas

Social e-enterprise

value creation through ICT

by Teresa Torres-Coronas

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Published by Information Science Reference in Hershey, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonprofit organizations,
  • Social aspects,
  • Social entrepreneurship,
  • Information technology,
  • Social responsibility of business

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTeresa Torres-Coronas and Maria-Arantzazu Vidal-Blasco, editors
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD60 .S5846 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25393884M
    ISBN 109781466626676, 9781466626980, 9781466627291
    LC Control Number2012029181

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This reference source focuses on the role of information communication technology as it promotes the development of the social : IGI Global. The book aims to show the power of ICT for the social economy and provide research on ICT and the social enterprise, the experiences of social enterprises using ICT for higher levels of social and economic performance, the use of technology to make new configurations of the social enterprise value chain, processes used to support the technological aspect of a new social e-enterprise model, and how social e-entrepreneurship.

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Book Title. Social E-Enterprise: Value Creation through ICT abstract. Social electronic enterprises (e-enterprises) are an important part of the global business environment, which have developed from technological innovations that have enabled businesses to create and sustain financial endeavors that have an integrated social aspect.

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A social enterprise or social business is defined as a business that has specific social objectives that serve its primary purpose. Social enterprises seek to maximize profits while maximizing Author: Adam Barone.

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In addition to his most recent book, Jerr's Journal: My Adventures in Social Enterprise, he is the author or editor of six previous books, including Boschee on Marketing, The Social Enterprise Sourcebook, and the award-winning Migrating from Innovation to Entrepreneurship: How Nonprofits are Moving toward Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency.

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E-commerce is still a new and volatile industry, but each day a new enterprise pops up promising to be the next big thing.

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In e-Enterprise Faisal Hoque provides a business vision and a technological method for building an agile, electronically-based enterprise using reusable components. Aimed at CIOs, Shadoka Enables Entrepreneurship, Growth, and Social Impact. Author of several books, /5(6).

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IJIEM focuses on the emerging changes in enterprise management, its organisational structure, competitive strategies, and management methods, brought about by the Internet and information technology applications, and their implications on the associated process, products, and services.

Emphasis will also be on the related social, political and economic issues as well as. An Enterprise Operating System for the Sensing, Smart, and Sustainable Enterprise i.e.

enterprise, information, computation, engineering, and technology viewpoints. The EOS presented has been successfully applied in more than 27 industry sectors, including government.

Chen, L.E. Whitman, F. VernadatChallenges and current developments Cited by: 4. "The evolution from network-centric commerce (EDI) to e-commerce and e-business up to e-enterprise and virtual enterprise is traced and explained in this discussion of the transformation of a business enterprise from an industrial into an information model.

Addressed are the strategy and architecture of an e-enterprise, emphasizing the integration issues and solutions of enterprise information. In my nearly forty years in the book writing, editing, ghostwriting and publishing business, I've read a lot of business books and technology books.

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Implementers view social networks as an important method for enhancing communication, coordination and collaboration for business purposes.This book is about running modern industrial enterprises with the help of information rise resource planning (ERP) is the core of business informa­tion processing.

An ERP system is the backbone of most companies' information systems landscape. All major business pro­cesses are.