By Emanuela Todeva
Constructing an interdisciplinary method of enterprise networks, this booklet experiences the top monetary administration and organizational theories to discover how the habit of industrial networks is conceptualized. targeting evolving overseas companies, company Networks comprises sensible, comparative analyses of case experiences of overseas enterprise networks, together with the knowledge and communications undefined, the auto and the petrochemical undefined.
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According to this methodological approach, cultural artefacts such as knowledge and technology can act and exercise power within networks, locking ﬁrms into a particular strategic choice and conﬁguration. Both human and non-human actors have a dual existence in a network: they exist by themselves with their own properties, and they exist as enrolled, incorporated, mobilised or absorbed by the network, with ascribed roles and functions. Important elements of the actor-network are also the outcomes from the activities of the enrolled actors, or the artefacts of their behaviour as network members.
Although the cultural approach has developed some valuable insights into the structuring and dynamics of networks, it has not established solid foundations for empirical research. It has received only fractional support from scientists studying networks, and as a result it has not built a strong Aspiring networks 35 domain in the literature. References to the cultural approach are mainly made at forums led by scientists representing the relational perspective in network analysis. The cultural approach also has not yet answered a number of questions signiﬁcant for its own development.
Interactions between human actors and non-human ones such as technologies, standards, legal norms or other cultural artefacts induce incentives and impose frameworks that diminish or enhance actors’ decision-making power. Within the cultural perspective non-human actors exhibit attributes that ‘suggest’ to human actors new directions, new activities and extensions of current practices. Non-human actors are not merely resources, they are the means and the tools of employing resources, the vehicle for participating in activities and intermediaries in relationships.
Business Networks: Strategy and Structure by Emanuela Todeva