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Organizational Semiotics: Evolving a Science of Information Systems IFIP TC8 / WG8.1 Working Conference on Organizational Semiotics: Evolving a ... in Information and Communication Technology Hardcover – 31 Aug 2002
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"Organizational Semiotics: Evolving a Science of Information Systems" covers such issues as: fundamental concepts such as 'information', 'data', 'message', 'communication', 'knowledge', 'organization', 'system' and so on; properties of signs vital to organizational functioning, such as their meanings, the intentions they express and the valuable social consequences they produce; 'architecture' of organizations when they are viewed as information systems, based on their semiotics features; understanding language in organizational contexts, for example, the limitations on the language used to conduct business affairs; the empirical study of communications for requirements elicitation; applying semiotic categories (e.g. physical, empiric, syntactic, semantic, pragmatic, social) to various problems; organizational knowledge representation; business process re-engineering methods and the design of e-commerce systems.
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