By Philip Jodidio
Structure Now \ Современная архитектура КНИГИ ;ДИЗАЙН Автор: Philip Jodidio Название: structure Now \ Современная архитектураИздательство: Taschen Год: 2001 Язык: Английский Количество страниц: 532 Формат: PDF Размер: 77.75 MB Для сайта: www.mirknig.comТеперь, более чем когда-либо, Архитектура развивается на удивительной скорости. Архитектура стала одной из самых жизненных и захватывающих форм современной культуры. В отличие от других типов искусства, архитектура должна играть практическую роль - здания предназначены, чтобы использоваться широкой общественностью. Эти дома, магазины, музеи или гигантские бизнесцентры - они выражают истинный дух времен.В этой книги Вы найдете новые работы более 60 архитекторов, включая знакомые имена, такие как Франк O.Gehry, Ричард Meier, Tadao Ando, Norman Foster, и Philippe Starck,а так же звезды будущего архитектуры.Представленный в алфавитном порядке архитектором или фирмой, structure Now является современным справочником, с обширными фотографиями и иллюстрациями, представляющий большинство влиятельных архитекторов мира. .com letitbit.netuploading.com eighty five 1 2 three four five
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47 Projects almost always influence the EA in unintended ways How is this building block related to other building blocks? Strategic planning initiates the above-mentioned projects. Beyond this, sub-processes of EA operation and monitoring (see next section) may support project execution by providing relevant data about the EA components of interest, such as service requests and key performance indicators (KPIs). More information on embedding EAM into the project life cycle can be found in Chapter 6.
The purpose is to rationalise resource use and adopt best practices for information and communication technology governance. EAM advises decentralised IS and business departments. 2: continues Reinsurance More than 45,000 Turnover in 2010: Approximately 45 billion EUR EAM as an approach to steer the organisational development by following certain principles and goals: It is guided by the strategy and has a long-term focus, is aimed at increasing profitability, and takes costs and benefits into consideration by supporting the business with information.
EA includes a set of new management practices, but it does not produce new processes. Instead, it merely changes the way existing processes are run. Strategy planning and strategy implementation are, for instance, complemented by EAM if EAM provides them with additional information and new methods for managing complex real-world organisations. EAM is not strategy development. EAM practices are merely used in strategy development. They contribute valuable information, such as assessments of the strategic options and their feasibility, taking the firm’s capabilities and resources into account, which is useful for strategy development.