Managing in the Modular Age: Architectures, Networks, and Organizations
This book brings together seminal articles by leading scholars of technological and organizational systems, exploring the impact of 'modularity'. Modularity refers to an ability to take apart and put together differenct products and networks, or to 'mix and match' components in order to meet different user specifications. This is of key importance today where new systems such as the World Wide Web and many areas of the computer industry depend on it. The volume pulls together and defines an exciting new area of inquiry: into how our 'modular age' is reshaping the business eco-system.
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods
Garud, Raghu; Kumaraswamy, Arun; and Langlois, Richard, "Managing in the Modular Age: Architectures, Networks, and Organizations" (2002). College of Business & Public Management Faculty Books. 9.