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John Child is Emeritus Professor of Commerce at the University of Birmingham, UK. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, and the British Academy of Management. In 2006, he was elected a Fellow of the prestigious British Academy [FBA]. He has published 21 books and approximately 150 articles and book chapters. He has been editor-in-chief of Organization Studies and Senior Editor of Management and Organization Review. His current interests are in organizational design and how smaller firms internationalize.
Martin Ihrig is President of I-Space Institute, LLC (USA) and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (USA). He is interested in the strategic and entrepreneurial management of knowledge and heads a research initiative that explores this topic at Wharton's Snider Entrepreneurial Research Center. In developing strategy tools for corporate and public-sector decision makers, he has worked with organizations such as BAE Systems (USA), The Boeing Company (USA), and Vale (Brazil). His research projects have been funded by The Economic & Social Research Council (UK), The ATLAS Collaboration at CERN (CH), and Tekes (Finland).
Table of Contents
I. Setting the stage
1. Max Boisot and the Dynamic Evolution of Knowledge, Martin Ihrig and John Child
II. Analyses of the Chinese System
2. From Fiefs to Clans and Network Capitalism: Explaining China's Emerging Economic Order, Max Boisot and John Child
3. Analysis of the Chinese System, John Child
III. Organizational Complexity
4. Extreme Outcomes, Connectivity, and Power Laws: Towards an Econophysics of Organization, Max Boisot and Bill McKelvey
5. Reflecting on Max Boisot s Ashby Space Applied to Complexity Management, Bill McKelvey
IV.NBThe Strategic Management of Knowledge
6. The Creation and Sharing of Knowledge, Max Boisot
7. The Strategic Management of Knowledge, Martin Ihrig and Ian MacMillan
V.NBKnowledge in Big Science
8. Generating Knowledge in a Connected World: The Case of the ATLAS Experiment at CERN, Max Boisot
9. Knowledge in Big Science, Agusti Canals
VI.NBInnovations in Education
10. Chinese Boxes and Learning Cubes: Action Learning in a Cross Cultural Context, Max Boisot and Michel Fiol
11. Innovations in Education, Dana Kaminstein and John Child
VII. Concluding Reflections
12. The I-Space as a Key to History and to Culture, Gordon Redding
13. The Three Phases of Max s Theorizing, JC Spender
14. Writing with Max Boisot, Marshall Meyer
15. Remembering Max Boisot: Recollections of a Gifted Intellect at Work, Ron Sanchez
16. I-Space and the Value of Basic Research, Markus Nordberg
17. Boisot and the God Particle, Marzio Nessi
18. Conclusion and Outlook, John Child and Martin Ihrig