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An Agent-based Organizational Model with the Sensemaking and Sensegiving Design

具有意會與導意之代理人組織模式設計

Abstracts


This study presents the framework for design of an agent-based organizational model based on the distributed artificial intelligent (DAI) system. This framework with special mechanisms, sensemaking and sensegiving, gradually forms the strategy of the organization that makes the organization fit the radically changing environment. In addition, the mechanisms lead the organization to take actions to attain the goal. In order to help the whole organization become effective in practice to find out opportunities and innovations, we apply some key characteristics in the agent's dynamic capability. These characteristics and mechanisms are embedded into three dimensions-individual agents, the interaction between organizational levels and dynamic movements of the entire organization. These three dimensions of the framework design keep the organization on the correct and effective track for attaining the goals.

Parallel abstracts


本研究基於分散式人工智慧系統提出代理人組織模式的架構設計。此架構下的意會與導意機制將會逐漸形成組織策略以便使組織適應劇變的環境。此外,這個機制也導引組織採取行動以達成目標。為了讓組織有效地找出新機會與創新,我們在代理人動態能力上提出重要特性。這些重要特性與機制需要被嵌入在三個面向-個別代理人、組織之間及整個組織的動態移動。藉由這三個面向的架構設計將讓組織保持在正確並有效達到組織目標的軌跡上。

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