Intranet Boundaries: Social Actors and Systems Integration

@inproceedings{Lamb2002IntranetBS,
  title={Intranet Boundaries: Social Actors and Systems Integration},
  author={Roberta Lamb},
  booktitle={Bled eConference},
  year={2002}
}
Systems integrations (SI) have been examined from two main vantage points. External B2B SI has focused primarily on transactional interactions between customers and suppliers in the value chain. Internal intra-organizational SI has focused on structural interactions between functional units of the firm. Both approaches present problems for intranet integrations that serve communities of practice which often cross organizational boundaries, and that support nontransactional types of interactions… CONTINUE READING

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