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Organizations - private companies as well as public and non-governmental ones - are increasingly becoming globally connected entities. This paper identifies the key patterns of the emerging global e-organizations.
Why is it important?
The editors of this volume are from engineering disciplines. We (authors of this article) were gratified when they approached us to contribute to the book... This indicates the convergence of the ideas of globalizing connected organizational forms in business as well as technology disciplines.
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