Organisational plasticity: a community modelling experience
Secchi, Davide; Siebers, Peer-Olaf; Herath, Dinuka B.
Dr PEER-OLAF SIEBERS email@example.com
Dinuka B. Herath
This article is concerned with an attempt to provide a conceptual definition of organisational plasticity together with the means to operationalise it. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to implement or to divest change through a fluid adaptation that connects together the micro (behavioural) and macro (strategic) aspects of organisational life. To achieve these goals, the article presents an experiment in community modelling using the innovative PhiloLab technique. Through open discussions on how to create an agent-based simulation model, we could identify some of the characteristics of organisational plasticity and start structuring some of the parameters for the computational simulation.
|Presentation Conference Type||Conference Paper (unpublished)|
|Start Date||Aug 20, 2018|
|Publication Date||Aug 24, 2018|
|APA6 Citation||Secchi, D., Siebers, P., & Herath, D. B. (2018, August). Organisational plasticity: a community modelling experience. Paper presented at Social Simulation Conference 2018 (SSC 2018), Stockholm, Sweden|
|Related Public URLs||http://ssc2018.dsv.su.se/|
SSC2018 Paper 46
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