Table of contents for Managing information in complex organizations : semiotics and signals, complexity and chaos / by Kevin C. Desouza and Tobin Hensgen.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgements
Chapter 1:	Introduction
Chapter 2	Organizations of Information: Semantics, Cybernetics, Entropy and Signals
Chapter 3	Information Forms and Dependence
Chapter 4	Evolutionary Dimension of Information Processing: Semiotics
Chapter 5	Spatial Dimension of Information Processing: Coupling, Cohesion, and Chaos
Chapter 6:	Temporal Dimension of Information Processing: Emergence
Chapter 7:	Information Processing, Complexity, and Crisis
Chapter 8:	Barriers to Optimal Information Processing
Chapter 9:	Setting up the Organization for Optimal Information Processing
Chapter 10:	Recap and Real Time
Chapter 11:	Future of Information Processing
Epilogue 
Appendix A:	Organizing for Cyber Terrorism
Appendix B:	Bibliography and Suggested Readings
About the Authors
List Of Tables And Figures
Figure 2.1: Information Lost In Communications
Figure 3.1: Dashboard of a Classic Ferrari
Figure 3.2: Aspects of Information Processes
Figure 3.3: Principle Factors Affecting Problem Resolution
Figure 3.4: Three Realms of Information Organization
Figure 4.1: Semiotic Square
Figure 4.2: Semiotic Ladder
Figure 4.3: 9/11 Time Line
Figure 5.1: Signal Space of the Organization
Figure 7.1: Yin Yang
Figure 7.2: Crisis Management Model
Figure 7.3: Probability to Consequence Aspect
Figure 7.4: A Signal Processing Model
Figure 9.1: Information Processing Framework
Figure 10.1: Timeline

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Communication in organizations.
Complex organizations.
Information theory.
Information resources management.