Mariano Corso

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To survive in the global economy small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have to improve their products and processes exploiting their intellectual capital in a dynamic network of knowledgeintensive relations inside and outside their borders. By erasing traditional constraints to SMEs innovation ability and leveraging their flexibility and responsiveness,(More)
The adoption of ICT within health care has been characterized by a series of phases evolving since the 1960s (Khoumbati et al., 2009). Health informatics adoption started mainly from financial systems, providing support to the organization’s billing, payroll, accounting and reporting systems. Clinical departments launched a major initiative during the 1970s(More)
‘Enterprise 2.0’ or E2.0 refers to a set of organisational and technological approaches steered to enable new organisation models based on open involvement, emergent collaboration, knowledge sharing, internal/ external social network development and exploitation. It aims to respond to the new features and needs of people and boosts flexibility, adaptability(More)
The research presented in this paper was aimed at increasing the current understanding of the process of developing collaborative improvement in Extended Manufacturing Enterprises (EME). Theory suggests a number of factors to affect that process, including shared sense of direction (i.e. vision), trust, power, and commitment. Based on action research of(More)