Both the internal and external environment
which enterprises operated is in a state of transition due to the forces of globalization and ICT, for enterprises to align themselves with the new value opportunities within this environment means being fundamentally information based, services orientated, networked in their structure and differentiated by their culture and knowledge. This is what we call enterprise 2.0, the next generation to the enterprise... view resources >>
Many of the processes engendered within globalization and
the rise of ICT are having a corrosive effect on the nation state and opening the debate surrounding its relevance within this new context. Responding to this question requires a
reassessment of the core competencies of the public sector and a formalization of a clear vision of what it is that differentiates government institutions within the context of an information society...
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The fact that the world wasn't made with the various scientific domains in mind and the growing need to tackle problems that are inherently complex and interconnected, all feeds a need for a more interdisciplinary form of scientific research one that requiring new platforms for collaboration between individuals but also new ways of aggregating and correlating information and knowledge... view resources >>
As with all other areas ICT is fundamentally altering the land scape of media, although culture remains the perennial activity it has always been, the means through which we create and exchange it is creating new possibilities.
The non-linear(pere-to-pere) exponential growth in channels of communication is creating a complex media environment that is global, social, ubiquitous and cheap. And forcing us to surrender our old simplified industrial model.... view resources >>