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Controlling in virtuellen Unternehmen -eine Studie- Teil 1: State of the art


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  • Held, Bärbel
  • Herzner, Alexander
  • Riedl, Matthias
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    Im Rahmen dieser Studie die vom VDMA Bayern unterstützt wird, wurde der Fragestellung der Kooperationen kleiner und mittlerer Unternehmen (KMU) in Netzwerken, Verbänden, Interessensgemeinschaften oder virtueller Unternehmen hinsichtlich der Umsetzung strategischer Geschäftsideen, wie z.B. der Erschließung neuer Märkte, aber auch der Steuerung der Kooperationen im operativen Geschäft, nachgegangen. Globalisierung bedeutet: Konzentration im Konzernbereich, dem die KMU's wirksam nur durch Kooperationen begegnen können. Diese Kooperationen sind im operativen Geschäft erfolgreich auf dem Weg. Wie messbar erfolgreich sie sind, soll mit dieser Studie erforscht werden. Im ersten Teil wird durch intensive Recherche und Analyse des State of the Art die theoretische und praktische Basis für dieses Projekt geschaffen und hier insbesondere die Kooperationsform eines virtuellen Unternehmens analysiert. -- In the context of this study by the VDMA Bavaria one supports, the question of cooperation of small and middle enterprises (SME) in networks, federations, interest communities or virtual enterprises regarding the conversion of strategic business ideas, like e.g. the development of new markets, in addition, the controlling of co-operation in the operational business one follows. Globalization means: Concentration in the company, which the SME's can meet effectively only by co-operation. These cooperation are successful in the operational business on the way. How measurably successful they are, is to be investigated with this study. In the first part by intensive search and analysis of the State of the art the theoretical and practical basis for this project is created.

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    Paper provided by University of Applied Sciences Amberg-Weiden (OTH) in its series OTH im Dialog: Weidener Diskussionspapiere with number 15.

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    Date of creation: 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:zbw:hawdps:15

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    Keywords: Kooperation; virtuelle Unternehmen; Controlling; Supply Chain Management;

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