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Visualising Dynamic Virtual Organisations
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Dr Rob Wilson
Professor Michael Martin
Professor Allen Wright
Wilson R, Smith R, Martin M, Li B, Wright A
Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
PRO-VE 2007 8th IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises
Year of Conference
10-12 September 2007
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One of the major problems for would be adopters of VO technology and approaches is understanding and comprehending the what’s, why’s, how’s, when’s and who’s of a virtual approach. Without some form of explicit or implicit visualisation VO approaches are unlikely to be widely appropriated by stakeholders. The challenge is to communicate what a VO-enabled approach to achieving their individual; organisational, project or community goals are designed, configured and deployed could look like. This workshop aims to explore the challenges of harnessing diverse knowledge and skills for the purpose of collective decision making and effective coordination. Then once in use what ongoing utilities does a VO have in the day-to-day practices of organisations; projects and professionals. The focus of the workshop will be papers and chaired discussion about whether the visualisation challenge lies in the issues of design or deployment/configuration.
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