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Title: Globalization: The World is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century Ten forces that flattened the


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Globalization The World is Flat A Brief
History of the 21st Century Ten forces that
flattened the world
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  • Berlin Wall came down and Windows went up
    11/9/89
  • Free market economy for Communist block
  • India, Brazil, China

3
Flattener 2
  • Netscape went public 8/9/95
  • Files, FTP e-mail, SMTP POP TCP/IP
  • HTTP and HTML SSL for security

4
Flattener 3
  • Workflow software
  • XML and SOAP seamless communication
  • C2C E-bay and PayPal

5
Effects on CSB Business Majors
  • Tax returns done in India
  • 2003 25,000
  • 2004 100,000
  • 2005 400,000
  • 245,000 Indians functioning in call centers
  • 500 per month

6
  • Anything that can be digitized can be outsources
  • What is your value-added?

7
A New World Economy
  • The balance of power will shift to the East as
    China and India evolve AUGUST 22, 2005   
    Business Week

8
  • High tech stuff
  • American culture
  • Mortgages, brokerage, retirement planning
  • American farmers
  • Fluent in foreign language
  • McKinsey Global Institute America gains 1.14
    each dollar of output sent offshore

9
  • Invent new industries

10
Work flow software
  • Definition seamlessly connected applications to
    applications, so that people can manipulate all
    their digitized content, using computers and the
    Internet
  • Examples
  • Microsoft
  • Paypal
  • Technology
  • TCP/IP
  • XML
  • SOAP

11
Open sourcing
  • Self-organizing collaborative communities
    peer-reviewed software shared and improved
    through an online community
  • Examples
  • Apache
  • IBM
  • Red Hat
  • Linux
  • Mozilla

12
Outsourcing
  • Definition a contractual relationship with
    enterprises outside of the organization for the
    accomplishment of a single task of the value
    chain.
  • The purchase of a value-creating activity from
    and external supplier.
  • Example
  • GE
  • Dell
  • Nike

13
Offshoring
  • Definition when a company takes one of its
    factories and moves it overseas chaper labor
    lower taxes, subsidized energy, and lower health
    care costs.
  • China joining WTO
  • ASIMCO Technologies
  • Dell

14
Supply Chaining
  • A method of collaborating horizontallyamong
    suppliers, retailer, and customers to create
    value Value Chain activities, functions, and
    business process that support a product or
    service.
  • Example Walmart

15
Insourcing
  • Definition synchronized commerce solutions
    manage firms manufacturing, packaging, and
    delivery process design and manage global supply
    chain.
  • UPS

16
Informing
  • Ability to build and deploy a personal supply
    chain of information, knowledge, and
    entertainment.
  • Google
  • Yahoo
  • MSN web search

17
Digital technologies
  • VoIP
  • PDA
  • Computers
  • WiFi
  • Ipods
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