Embedding virtuality into organization design theory: virtuality and its information processing consequences

K. Wickstrøm Jensen, D. D. Håkonsson, R. M. Burton, and B. Obel, “Embedding virtuality into organization design theory: virtuality and its information processing consequences,” in New approaches to organization design, A. B\ollingtoft, D. D. H\aakonsson, J. F. Nielsen, C. C. Snow, and J. Ulhøi, Eds., Springer publishing company, 2009, p. 99–122.

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BibTeX

@inbook {335c1320cb7411ddab9e000ea68e967b,
publisher = {Springer Publishing Company},
booktitle = {New Approaches to Organization Design},
editor = {Anne B\\ollingtoft and H\\aakonsson, Dorthe D\\ojbak and Nielsen, J\\orn Flohr and Snow, Charles C and John Ulh\\oi},
pages = {99--122},
series = {Information and Organization Design Series},
isbn = {9781441906267},
language = {English},
year = {2009},
title = {Embedding Virtuality into Organization Design Theory: Virtuality and its Information Processing Consequences},
asin = {1441906266},
biburl = {https://zeal.global/publications/embedding-virtuality-into-organization-design-theory-virtuality-and-its-information-processing-consequences},
urltitle = {embedding-virtuality-into-organization-design-theory-virtuality-and-its-information-processing-consequences},
author = {Wickstrøm Jensen, Kent and Håkonsson, Dorthe Døjbak and Burton, Richard M and Obel, Børge}
}