- Tapa dura: 332 páginas
- Editor: Business Science Reference (28 de enero de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1466673699
- ISBN-13: 978-1466673694
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From Manufacture to Mindfacture: A Relational Viable Systems Theory (Inglés) Tapa dura – 28 ene 2015
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"This book explores the concept of the organizational structure through the lens of the viable systems approach, focusing particularly on human interaction and collaboration within a business setting"--
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Truth in reviewing: I wrote the foreword to the book, but have no financial interest or indeed any other investment in it.. I just think it merits an audience that will be difficult for it to gain given the absurd pricing imposed by the publisher. That presumably is intended to sell a small number of copies to libraries but not to build a general audience. That is a shame. It's a complex book, whose frameworks, analyses and language are probing and well above the superficial discourse of the general business literature, including both trade and research books.
The broad relevance of the book is that we are clearly at a point where telecommunications, globalization, customer choices and entrepreneurship are converging on relationships, collaboration and intellectual property in the widest sense of the term -- Mindfacturing -- as the move beyond Manufacturing and the engineering and systems practices that support it. This is a path of promise. At the same time, no thoughtful commentator is satisfied with the business ethics, axioms, direction, methods and financial processes that have accumulated for centuries. This book does not provide glib answers to the many questions Mindfacturing opens up and the many threats it is creating to societal well-being. But it does present excellent insight, evidence and judgement.
I wrote the foreword because I like the book. I write the review on the same basis