Systemic Approaches for Business Innovation and Sustainability. Editorial Note to the Special Section for the 2nd B.S.Lab Symposium—Rome 2014

Gandolfo Dominici

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Abstract

Our times are characterized by intense transformations in the competitive logics of markets and, broadly speaking, of business systems. Business scenarios today are typified by dynamism, connectivity, nonlinearity, and emergent properties—i n other words by ‘complexity’ (Dominici,2012). The systemic approach has been pivotal to open new lenses and understandings of the inner dynamics of complex systems. In recent times, we have witnessed a paradigm shift in the managerial approach from the whole/part model to the systemice nvironmental approach. This shift generated the epistemological frame of the systemic approach to social sciences in the fields of sociology, management and economics (Pitasi and Dominici, 2012).
Lingua originaleEnglish
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Numero di pagine3
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Volume31
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014
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  • Information Systems and Management
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