English
United States
Sign in
Tip from find-more-books.com
Similar books
More/other books that might be very similar to this book
Search tools
Book recommendations
Latest news
Advertising
FILTER
- 0 Results
Lowest price: 34.12 €, highest price: 44.36 €, average price: 39.56 €
Organization and Architecture of Innovation - Thomas J. Allen
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Thomas J. Allen:
Organization and Architecture of Innovation - new book

2006, ISBN: 9780080545370

ID: 9780080545370

Managing the Flow of Technology Building on his pioneering work on the management of technology and innovation in his first book, Managing the Flow of Technology, Thomas J. Allen of MIT has joined with award-winning German architect Gunter Henn of HENN Architekten to produce a book that explores the combined use of two management tools to make the innovation process most effective: organizational structure and physical space. They present research demonstrating how organizational structure and physical space each affect communication among people-in this case, engineers, scientists, and others in technical organizations-and they illustrate how organizations can transform both to increase the transfer of technical knowledge and maximize the "e communication for inspiration"e that is central to the innovation process. Allen and Henn illustrate their points with discussions of well-known buildings around the world, including Audi`s corporate headquarters, Steelcase`s corporate design center, and the Corning Glass Becker building, as well as several of Gunter Henn`s own projects, including the Skoda automotive factory in the Czech Republic and the Faculty for Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Allen and Henn then demonstrate the principles developed in their work by discussing in detail one example in which organizational structure and physical space were combined successfully to promote innovation with impressive results: HENN Architekten`s Project House for the BMW Group Research and Innovation Centre in Munich, cited by Business Week (April 24, 2006) in naming BMW one of the world`s most innovative companies.Professor Thomas Allen is the originator of the Allen curve. In the late 1970s, Tom Allen undertook a project to determine how the distance between engineers` offices coincided with the level of regular technical communication between them. The results of that research, now known as the Allen Curve, revealed a distinct correlation between distance and frequency of communication (i.e. the more distance there is between people - 50 meters or more to be exact - the less they will communicate). This principle has been incorporated into forward-thinking commercial design ever since, in, for example, The Decker Engineering Building in New York, the Steelcase Corporate Development Center in Michigan, and BMW`s Research Center in Germany.\*Professor Allen of MIT is known worldwide for "e the Allen curve"e which is taught and cited in all management literature about innovation \*Gunter Henn is a renowned architect in Germany known for his innovative industrial building designs such as BMW projecthaus and the Skoda factory\*Shows in clear terms--based on actual research and implementation--how managers can organize the work, workers, and their physical space to maximize the potential for innovation Organization and Architecture of Innovation: Building on his pioneering work on the management of technology and innovation in his first book, Managing the Flow of Technology, Thomas J. Allen of MIT has joined with award-winning German architect Gunter Henn of HENN Architekten to produce a book that explores the combined use of two management tools to make the innovation process most effective: organizational structure and physical space. They present research demonstrating how organizational structure and physical space each affect communication among people-in this case, engineers, scientists, and others in technical organizations-and they illustrate how organizations can transform both to increase the transfer of technical knowledge and maximize the "e communication for inspiration"e that is central to the innovation process. Allen and Henn illustrate their points with discussions of well-known buildings around the world, including Audi`s corporate headquarters, Steelcase`s corporate design center, and the Corning Glass Becker building, as well as several of Gunter Henn`s own projects, including the Skoda automotive factory in the Czech Republic and the Faculty for Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Allen and Henn then demonstrate the principles developed in their work by discussing in detail one example in which organizational structure and physical space were combined successfully to promote innovation with impressive results: HENN Architekten`s Project House for the BMW Group Research and Innovation Centre in Munich, cited by Business Week (April 24, 2006) in naming BMW one of the world`s most innovative companies.Professor Thomas Allen is the originator of the Allen curve. In the late 1970s, Tom Allen undertook a project to determine how the distance between engineers` offices coincided with the level of regular technical communication between them. The results of that research, now known as the Allen Curve, revealed a distinct correlation between distance and frequency of communication (i.e. the more distance there is between people - 50 meters or more to be exact - the less they will communicate). This principle has been incorporated into forward-thinking commercial design ever since, in, for example, The Decker Engineering Building in New York, the Steelcase Corporate Development Center in Michigan, and BMW`s Research Center in Germany.\*Professor Allen of MIT is known worldwide for "e the Allen curve"e which is taught and cited in all management literature about innovation \*Gunter Henn is a renowned architect in Germany known for his innovative industrial building designs such as BMW projecthaus and the Skoda factory\*Shows in clear terms--based on actual research and implementation--how managers can organize the work, workers, and their physical space to maximize the potential for innovation, Elsevier Science

New book Rheinberg-Buch.de
Ebook, Englisch, Neuware Shipping costs:Ab 20¤ Versandkostenfrei in Deutschland, Sofort lieferbar, DE. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
Organization and Architecture of Innovation - Gunter Henn#Thomas J. Allen
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Gunter Henn#Thomas J. Allen:
Organization and Architecture of Innovation - new book

2006, ISBN: 9780080545370

ID: 116368066

Building on his pioneering work on the management of technology and innovation in his first book, Managing the Flow of Technology, Thomas J. Allen of MIT has joined with award-winning German architect Gunter Henn of HENN Architekten to produce a book that explores the combined use of two management tools to make the innovation process most effective: organizational structure and physical space. They present research demonstrating how organizational structure and physical space each affect communication among people-in this case, engineers, scientists, and others in technical organizations-and they illustrate how organizations can transform both to increase the transfer of technical knowledge and maximize the "e;communication for inspiration"e; that is central to the innovation process. Allen and Henn illustrate their points with discussions of well-known buildings around the world, including Audi´s corporate headquarters, Steelcase´s corporate design center, and the Corning Glass Becker building, as well as several of Gunter Henn´s own projects, including the Skoda automotive factory in the Czech Republic and the Faculty for Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Allen and Henn then demonstrate the principles developed in their work by discussing in detail one example in which organizational structure and physical space were combined successfully to promote innovation with impressive results: HENN Architekten´s Project House for the BMW Group Research and Innovation Centre in Munich, cited by Business Week (April 24, 2006) in naming BMW one of the world´s most innovative companies.Professor Thomas Allen is the originator of the Allen curve. In the late 1970s, Tom Allen undertook a project to determine how the distance between engineers´ offices coincided with the level of regular technical communication between them. The results of that research, now known as the Allen Curve, revealed a distinct correlation between distance and frequency of communication (i.e. the more distance there is between people - 50 meters or more to be exact - the less they will communicate). This principle has been incorporated into forward-thinking commercial design ever since, in, for example, The Decker Engineering Building in New York, the Steelcase Corporate Development Center in Michigan, and BMW´s Research Center in Germany.*Professor Allen of MIT is known worldwide for "e;the Allen curve"e; which is taught and cited in all management literature about innovation *Gunter Henn is a renowned architect in Germany known for his innovative industrial building designs such as BMW projecthaus and the Skoda factory*Shows in clear terms--based on actual research and implementation--how managers can organize the work, workers, and their physical space to maximize the potential for innovation Managing the Flow of Technology eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks PDF 19.10.2006 eBook, Elsevier Science, .200

New book Buch.ch
No. 27908784 Shipping costs:zzgl. Versandkosten, plus shipping costs
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
Organization And Architecture Of Innovation - Elsevier Science
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Elsevier Science:
Organization And Architecture Of Innovation - new book

2006, ISBN: 9780080545370

ID: 5536825

Building on his pioneering work on the management of technology and innovation in his first book, Managing the Flow of Technology, Thomas J. Allen of MIT has joined with award-winning German architect Gunter Henn of HENN Architekten to produce a book that explores the combined USE of two management tools to make the innovation process most effective: organizational structure and physical space. Building on his pioneering work on the management of technology and innovation in his first book, Managing the Flow of Technology, Thomas J. Allen of MIT has joined with award-winning German architect Gunter Henn of HENN Architekten to produce a book that explores the combined USE of two management tools to make the innovation process most effective: organizational structure and physical space. They present research demonstrating how organizational structure and physical space each affect communication among people-in this case, engineers, scientists, and others in technical organizations-and they illustrate how organizations can transform both to increase the transfer of technical knowledge and maximize the "communication for inspiration" that is central to the innovation process. Allen and Henn illustrate their points with discussions of well-known buildings around the world, including Audi's corporate headquarters, Steelcase's corporate design center, and the Corning Glass Becker building, as well as several of Gunter Henn's own projects, including the Skoda automotive factory in the Czech Republic and the Faculty for Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. Allen and Henn then demonstrate the principles developed in their work by discussing in detail one example in which organizational structure and physical space were combined successfully to promote innovation with impressive results: HENN Architekten's Project House for the BMW Group Research and Innovation Centre in Munich, cited by Business Week (April 24, 2006) in naming BMW one of the world's most innovative companies. Professor Thomas Allen is the originator of the Allen curve. In the late 1970s, Tom Allen undertook a project to determine how the distance between engineers' offices coincided with the level of regular technical communication between them. The results of that research, now known as the Allen Curve, revealed a distinct correlation between distance and fre. eBooks, Business, Finance & Law~~Business and Management~~Management & Management Techniques, Organization And Architecture Of Innovation~~EBook~~9780080545370~~Thomas J. Allen, Gunter Henn, , Organization And Architecture Of Innovation, Thomas J. Allen, 9780080545370, Elsevier Science, 10/19/2006, , , , Elsevier Science

New book Hive.co.uk
MPN: , SKU 5536825 Shipping costs:zzgl. Versandkosten, plus shipping costs
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
The Organization and Architecture of Innovation: Managing the Flow of Technology - Thomas Allen, Gunter Henn
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Thomas Allen, Gunter Henn:
The Organization and Architecture of Innovation: Managing the Flow of Technology - used book

ISBN: 9780080545370

ID: 9780080545370

Business/ManagementThe Organization and Architecture of InnovationManaging the Flow of TechnologyThomas J. Allen, Gunter W. Henn"WOW! The collaboration between Allen and Henn is a unique synthesis of fundamental work on social networks, organizations, and innovation with fundamental ideas on physical space and architecture. The Organization and Architecture of Innovation is a deeply insightful book on how the social, organizational, and physical worlds Business/ManagementThe Organization and Architecture of InnovationManaging the Flow of TechnologyThomas J. Allen, Gunter W. Henn"WOW! The collaboration between Allen and Henn is a unique synthesis of fundamental work on social networks, organizations, and innovation with fundamental ideas on physical space and architecture. The Organization and Architecture of Innovation is a deeply insightful book on how the social, organizational, and physical worlds interact to create the conditions for communication across boundaries. Unlike any other book that I know of, this book is rich with examples of putting research-based knowledge to work with demanding clients. This is a fabulous piece of work."- Michael Tushman, Paul R. Lawrence Class of 1942 Professor, Harvard Business School"For 40 years, researchers have recognized that communication is critical to innovation, and that architecture determines such communication. This book finally integrates understanding of architecture, communication, and innovation. Clearly and engagingly written, it synthesizes scholarly research and practical application to illustrate how architecture can be a hidden source of innovative advantage. Engaging cases and illustrations make it accessible to almost any audience. For its substance, it should be within easy reach of anyone interested in innovation." - Andrew King, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College"this carefully researched and well-written book closes a hitherto existing and crucial gap in management textbooks. It is therefore highly recommended reading for scholars and students inall management sciences as well as for management practitioners on every level."- Professor Hugo P. Tschirky, PhD, DBA, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Department of Management, Technology, and Economics; Member of the European Institute of Technology and EBooks, Books~~Business & Economics~~Organizational Behavior, Organization-and-Architecture-of-Innovation~~Thomas-J-Allen, 999999999, The Organization and Architecture of Innovation: Managing the Flow of Technology, Thomas Allen, Gunter Henn, 0080545378, Routledge, , , , , Routledge

Used or antiquarian book Barnesandnoble.com
MPN: , SKU 9780080545370 Shipping costs:zzgl. Versandkosten, plus shipping costs
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.
Organization and Architecture of Innovation - Thomas J. Allen;  Gunter Henn
book is out-of-stock
(*)
Thomas J. Allen; Gunter Henn:
Organization and Architecture of Innovation - First edition

2006, ISBN: 9780080545370

ID: 21796458

Managing the Flow of Technology, [ED: 1], Auflage, eBook Download (PDF), eBooks, [PU: A Butterworth-Heinemann Title]

New book Lehmanns.de
Shipping costs:Download sofort lieferbar, , Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Book out-of-stock means that the book is currently not available at any of the associated platforms we search.