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G lobalisation. The world is Flat Thomas L. Friedman. Globalization understood. Increasing global relationship of culture. People and Economic activities. Global distribution of production of goods and services

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G lobalisation

Globalisation

The world is Flat

Thomas L. Friedman


Globalization understood

Globalization understood

  • Increasing global relationship of culture.

  • People and Economic activities.

  • Global distribution of production of goods and services

  • Reduction of barriers to international trades such as tariffs, export fees and import quotas.

  • Transnational circulation of ideas, languages and popular culture


While i was sleeping

While I was sleeping

  • Globalization 1

  • Globalization 2

  • Globalization 3

  • Travel to Bangalore, China and Japan

  • Infosys outsourcing through teleconferencing


The ten forces that flattened the world

The ten forces that flattened the world

1.Collapse of Berlin wall

-11/9/89

  • End of Cold war/ iron curtain

  • Economic mainstreaming

  • Indian experience of liberalization

  • 1977 Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak Apple II Home Computer

  • IBM PC 1981 , 1985, 1990 Windows 3.0, leading millions of people to enter into digital world.

  • ‘IAFT’ Bill Gates


2 nd flattener

2nd Flattener

  • Netscape

    • Netscape and internet broadened the access to communion for all section of society

    • Breakthrough of the connectivity

    • Low cost connectivity of the digital content

    • World Wide Web (www) a system of creating, organizing and linking documents, which could be browsed over the Internet ( Tim Berners-Lee)

    • Research broadened


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  • Netscape : Mountain View 9th August 1995 went public

  • Digitized word music photo data transfer

  • Windows 95 built in internet support

  • Commercialization of data, inventories, music, photos, films


3 rd flattener

3rd Flattener

  • Work flow software

    • Ability of machines to talk without human intervention

    • Virtual Private Networks (VNPs) communicate and collaborate digitally.

    • Standards on the top of standards HTML, HTTP, TCP/IP, XML, SOAP.

    • Payment account


Flatters

Flatters …

  • Uploading

    • Open source software like Wikipedia, blog


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  • Outsourcing

    • Companies to split services and manufacturing to different parts of the world for effective and cost effective purposes.


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  • Off-shoring

    • Manufacturing version of outsourcing


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  • Supply-chaining

    • Example of Wal-Mart for shipping, distribution and sales with the use of technology.


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  • In-sourcing

    • The example of UPS


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  • In-forming

    • Availability of knowledge


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  • Steroids

    • Digital equipments, mobile, iPod tabets,


  • Login