Management of Networks with Highly
Distributed International Use

Local, Foreign & Internal Influences on Worldwide
Communications Networks & Network Management

By Johannes Hendriks
January 2003
Delft University Press
ISBN: 90-407-2356-7
430 pages, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"
$79.50 Paper Original


Organizations are operating on an increasingly international scale. Their dependence on worldwide networks is leading to greater demands for professional network management. The model developed in this thesis can help organizations to manage the network and control the impact of influences from other countries and from within the organization on the network and the network management. Contents of this Doctoral Dissertation include: Research problem & objective, Literature study, Network management theory, Contingency theory, Case study, A model of network management abroad, Input variables for local situational factors and existing infrastructure and management, Validation of the model of network management abroad, References.

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