La red de información INTERNET de la sociedad de la comunicación y del conocimiento promueve la generalización de la participación en los procesos de toma de decisiones (en el establecimiento de los objetivos) en las organizaciones de producción
AbstractThe widespread implementation of the Internet, with its various methods of distributing news and promoting and generating debate, has led to very fast growth in systems for participating in decision-making processes for all sorts of people in all sorts of organisations. The handling of information promotes the feeling of participation in any decision-making process. Bodies for control and decision-making may be dissolved. Joint decision-making processes (including virtual processes) are being re-created. The process whereby participation in the dissemination of ideas and information and in the definition of organisations is becoming easier, increases the feeling of participating in the production process and vice-versa, whatever the size (measured in number of members) of the organisation.
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Volume (Year): (2004)
Issue (Month): 49 (August)
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Participation in the establishment of objectives; Bodies of control and decission-making; Democracy; Referenda; Elected Board; Delegation; Information; Communication; INTERNET;
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