By Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh (auth.), Luis M. Camarinha-Matos (eds.)
Collaborative community firms (CNO) corresponds to a truly energetic and progressively becoming region. for example, digital enterprises/Virtual enterprises (PVC) recommend new methods of labor and positioned the emphasis on collaborative networks of human actors.
Further to those major traces, different collaborative kinds and styles of collaborative habit are rising, not just in undefined, but additionally in carrier region, in addition to governmental and non-government social corporations, e.g. the collaborative networks for rescue projects in catastrophe events, time financial institution businesses, etc.
The proposal of breeding atmosphere is now understood as a basic entity to let dynamic collaborative organizations.
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Then, we presented two main new modelling concepts for organization networks which are organizational role and 42 VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES AND COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS resource role.