By Youakim Badr, Noura Faci, Zakaria Maamar, Frédérique Biennier (auth.), Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Alexandra Pereira-Klen, Hamideh Afsarmanesh (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the twelfth IFIP WG 5.5 operating convention on digital corporations, PRO-VE 2011, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in October 2011. The sixty one revised papers awarded have been conscientiously chosen from quite a few submissions. they supply a accomplished assessment of contemporary advances in a variety of collaborative community (CN) domain names and their functions with a selected specialize in edition of the networks and their price construction, in particular emphasizing subject matters with regards to evolution from social networking to collaborative networks; social capital; price chains; co-creation of complicated items; functionality administration; behavioral points in collaborative networks; collaborative networks making plans and modeling; profit research and sustainability matters, in addition to together with vital technical and medical demanding situations in making use of CNs to components corresponding to complex logistics networks, company technique modeling, provider orientation, and different rising program domain names reminiscent of getting older, tourism, quandary, and emergency scenarios.

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Employee perspective: risks The issue of privacy has been widely referred throughout all the interviews as a potential disadvantage of social networking. 0, argues that it makes no sense to speak of privacy in a business context. According to some authors opinions, “the strength in these tools lies in the transparency and the openness in communication, not in creating additional little silos next to your IM history, personal Emails and others technologies that may be available. If you want or need privacy, you can create 1-on-1 conversations in other places.

An extended report about collaborative networks in the north of Portugal [3] emphasizes precisely the relevance of leadership and the need for collaborative devices which enhance extended information exchange and promote common work. We propose the development of a collaborative technological platform, which shall be designed integrating social and cultural dimensions in order to help institutionalize6 leadership, promote wide information sharing and common work. The advantage of using a technological device, not as a substitute of human interaction or human will, but as a support mechanism, lies on two aspects: first, the speed and extent of sharing possibilities, and second and perhaps even more important, technology tends to be socially perceived as a neutral player, which means that people frequently consider that technological devices have no will of their own and therefore no hidden agenda.

Hence, according to the knowledge perspective, it is possible to verify that the most valuable asset is K4, and it is an exclusive asset that is hold by enterprise E7. Furthermore, the enterprise E7 has the lowest level of accessibility. In this context, despite the asset K4 belongs to the bag of network’s assets, only a small group of enterprises is likely to be successful in accessing to this asset through the network of An Approach to Measure Social Capital in Collaborative Networks 39 business contacts.

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