The chapter discusses how the relational logic is one of the most interesting and profitable management paradigms to understand firms’ behaviour and to foster value co-creation processes. The relational view and the resulting relational inter-subjective dynamics are critical success factors for corporate governance capable to mobilise different involved actors’ resources. However, the importance of a system perspective of relational dynamics is only recently discussed in the current doctrinal debate. Therefore, our goal is to contribute in bridging this gap by reinterpreting, in a system key, the issue of relations. Methodologically, the authors have carried out a review taking a system vision, in order to conceptualize an original interpretative model. The interpretative model that we call “Enterprise Relational Vision” (ERV) is based on the following assumptions (pillars): Relationality and autopoiesis, Dissemination and definition, Sense and cohesion, Training and decision formulation, Co-creation and regeneration, Resources and competitiveness, Leadership and vitality.

A Journey Through Possible Views of Relational Logic

Pellicano Marco;Ciasullo Maria Vincenza;Troisi Orlando;
2017

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The chapter discusses how the relational logic is one of the most interesting and profitable management paradigms to understand firms’ behaviour and to foster value co-creation processes. The relational view and the resulting relational inter-subjective dynamics are critical success factors for corporate governance capable to mobilise different involved actors’ resources. However, the importance of a system perspective of relational dynamics is only recently discussed in the current doctrinal debate. Therefore, our goal is to contribute in bridging this gap by reinterpreting, in a system key, the issue of relations. Methodologically, the authors have carried out a review taking a system vision, in order to conceptualize an original interpretative model. The interpretative model that we call “Enterprise Relational Vision” (ERV) is based on the following assumptions (pillars): Relationality and autopoiesis, Dissemination and definition, Sense and cohesion, Training and decision formulation, Co-creation and regeneration, Resources and competitiveness, Leadership and vitality.
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