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Patterns of Self-Sufficient Companies' Network Interaction Reorganization Due to COVID-19: Dialectics of Organizational Structures Optimization

Patterns of Self-Sufficient Companies' Network Interaction Reorganization Due to COVID-19: Dialectics of Organizational Structures Optimization
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Author(s): Andrey I. Pilipenko (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia), Zoya A. Pilipenko (Bank of Russia, Russia) and Olga I. Pilipenko (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia)
Copyright: 2022
Pages: 32
Source title: Handbook of Research on Digital Innovation and Networking in Post-COVID-19 Organizations
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Ana Pego (Nova University of Lisbon, Portugal)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-6762-6.ch003

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Abstract

The self-sufficient companies are dialectically complex formations capable of self-movement through downward and upward causation mechanisms. They become drivers for constructing the future reality. As backbone elements of the economic system, resilient companies change both the internal structure and the external one. Under the influence of the pandemic, the technological revolution 4.0, the downward causation mechanism induces organizational changes within the companies while the upward causation one does the same with their external networking interactions. Thus, they build new structural relationships as the future economic system basis, distinguished by the dialectical interaction of the economy and society with the dominance of social preferences of individuals. Such a transformation occurs as self-sufficient companies build up intangible assets; build corporate ecosystems based on technological platforms; introduce diversity, equity, and inclusion principles into intra-company structures; and include ecological, social, and governance issues in their development strategies.

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