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A model of virtual organization for corporate visibility and competitiveness

P U Chinedu, O T Joon, G E Nworuh, O E Osuagwu, J Ahaiwe

Abstract


This paper considers the existing numerous research in business, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), examines a theoretical framework for value creation in a virtual world. Following a proposed model, a new strategic paradigm is created for corporate value; and virtual organization (VO) apply the use of information and advanced ICT to ensure corporate visibility and competitiveness in the global marketplace. The concept of VO introduces an ICT business model that links and integrates enterprise strategic, operational and tactical issues for corporate competitiveness.

Keywords: Virtual Organisations, Virtual Enterprises, Business Process Outsourcing, Corporate Value, Value Creation, Information Systems, ICT Strategy




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