The Virtual Corporation : Empirical Evidences to a Three Dimensional Model

@inproceedings{ScholzTheVC,
  title={The Virtual Corporation : Empirical Evidences to a Three Dimensional Model},
  author={Christian Scholz}
}
109) The development of virtual corporations can be perceived as a complex move along three axes: core differentiation, soft integration, and virtual realization. This theoretically derived conceptualization leads to the virt.cube-model, which shows the existence of various types of virtual corporations. This paper explains the model and then focuses on the question of how small and medium sized companies are able to act as successful players in this new economic order. Data from 102 German and… CONTINUE READING

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