Volume 13 Issue 3, 2008

Special Issue on Complexity

Edited by Jeffrey Goldstein

1. Editorial Introduction: Complexity Science Applied to Innovation - Theory meets Praxis” Jeffrey Goldstein

Scholarly-Style Papers:

2. The Last Mile of the Market: How Network Technologies, Architectures of Participation and Peer Production Transform the Design of Work and Labour” John Verdon

3. Perspectives on Organizational Change: Systems and Complexity Theories” Francis Amagoh

4. Overcoming Failure of Imagination in Crisis Management: The Complex Adaptive System” Michael Bolton & Greg Stolcis

5. Toward a Micro-Enactment Theory of Leadership and the Emergence of Innovation” Joyce Silberstang & Jim Hazy

6. Toward Development of a Substantive Theory of Public Sector Organizational Innovation” Eleanor Glor

7. Between Implementation and Outcomes, Growth Matters: Grounding an Agent-Based Modeling Approach for Understanding Collaboration Process Management” Erik Johnston, Ning Nan, Wei Zhong, & Darrin Hicks

8. The Role of Complexity Dynamics in the Innovation Process within the new Primary-Care Governance Model in Portugal” Luís Velez Lapão

9. Modern Information Literacy Innovates Library by Systems Thinking” Zdenka Petermanec and Matja Mulej

10. A Complexity Response to Funding Public Education” Alexander Dawoody

11. “Diagnosis of Sparse Adoption Data using an Expert System-Guided Innovation Diffusion Simulation Model” Alan J. Thomson

12. Bios Theory of Innovation” Héctor Sabelli

13. Innovation Complexity in the Dynamic Development of an Enterprise: Case Study of the Innovation Marvel of the Shandong Mine Area” Hua-ling Song, Jin-ke Li , Guo-feng Wen, & Hong-yan Li

Book Review:

14. The Black Swan. The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, reviewed by James Iain Gow

New Calls for Papers


December 20 2008

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