Development of value networks-an empirical study of networking in Swedish manufacturing industries

@article{Haglind1998DevelopmentOV,
  title={Development of value networks-an empirical study of networking in Swedish manufacturing industries},
  author={Magnus Haglind and Johan Helander},
  journal={IEMC '98 Proceedings. International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management. Pioneering New Technologies: Management Issues and Challenges in the Third Millennium (Cat. No.98CH36266)},
  year={1998},
  pages={350-358}
}
Value networks are increasingly being recognized as the future business paradigm. The aim of this kind of network organization with interconnected corporations is to mass produce products or services configured for individual customers. As customers get used to such mass customization, the need for companies to develop value networks is expected to increase tremendously. Already today, the first examples of these products or services can be seen. However, there seems to be confusion regarding… CONTINUE READING

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