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International Management – Globalization


Globalization is a modern term used to describe the changes in societies and the world economy that result from dramatically increased international trade, foreign direct investment, and cultural exchange. Topics included: Global virtual management, integration of technology, management, leadership with customer service, strategies in B2B with suppliers, business customers, and B2C. Managing people and technologies in other countries. Local practices, languages, culture, and time zone issues.  Story: experience with company in Australia, time zone solutions, faxes,  and shipping solution.


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CyberChronicles: Stories about innovative technologies in the “CyberSea.”

I’ve been blogging since the mid 90’s when I posted my first Web Adventures website. It was not called “blogging” at that time, so I decided to call it “CyberChronicles” or “CyberNautical Chronicles” because I believed that the Internet was not an Information Superhighway. During the conference COMDEX in Miami in 1996 I did a presentation where I talked about the “Cybersea.”
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System strategies and quality

This video introduces the main topic of the Management of Information Systems course. Business problem solving is the beginning to expand toward system strategies and a discussion about quality.

Based on the model of the video and system strategies, how do information systems help businesses use synergies, core competences, and network-based strategies to achieve competitive advantage?

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I believe in CPR/AED. Be prepared to save a life.

Video made for the Sudden Cardiac Foundation. Edited by Arturo Perez Ramirez – Cigarra Expressions

I BELIEVE in one God because I have faith. He saved my life after my sudden cardiac arrest during a summer camp. He kept me alive to share this message. I BELIEVE in one Lord, Jesus Christ, who was with me in intensive care when I was fighting for my life. I BELIEVE in the Holy Spirit, who gave strength to the Scout leaders who applied CPR on me for 45 minutes, and to the person who shocked me 5 times with the AED of the Boy Scouts Camp. I BELIEVE in the Holy Spirit, who gave calm to my wife who laid hands on me. She was praying there all the time. I BELIEVE in my Church, my children, my family, my friends, and my community who prayed for my healing. Because I BELIEVE, I thank you all.

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