Paper info: Network as future, and future, and future: orchestration and change in business networks
Network as future, and future, and future: orchestration and change in business networks
University of Adelaide
Place of Publication
The paper was published at the 35th IMP-conference in Paris, France in 2019.
Orchestrating is a process, which may lead to desired outcomes by relying upon many actors playing parts, with understandings and abilities to be flexible and adjust, so as to gain a collective and as well individual firm goals. Co-orchestrating relies on known parts of a future, how they are related and upon activities cohering with other firms through business relationships to achieve desired goals. In this paper we develop a conceptual model of co-orchestration that is reliant on firm relationship and network capability. The model is conceptualized within a temporal future understanding of business networks.