The World Is flat Part II

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The World Is flat Part II 1. As we continue to look at world flatteners there is so much that is incorporated into the equation. Countries must be willing to be open to a free market, and compete competitively. They need to be able to survive in a flat world. Countries and the companies that represent them must be willing to sacrifice and move forward. Without this kind of adaptation, they cannot compete. Some countries will be left behind. Change is not always an easy concept, and markets are very competitive. Countries need to train and work as a unit with large companies to reach a common goal and stay in the game. For example, a China is a sophisticated region and their workers and companies have mastered the trade. They utilize every resource and make products that are cheap. That is what we look for. Products that last that are relatively inexpensive. I guess you could say they have cornered the market. They have a unique system of making mass quantities and export them in a timely fashion, by communicating, production and the right people in the right places making the right decisions. The key is education and being informed and always changing and fine-tuning the system so it works effectively. These companies need to be creative and stay one-step ahead of their competitor. Companies are doing things they never thought were necessary and doing things they could have never imagined doing before. It is a fight to stay alive in the world today. The competition is fierce and a strategic marketing plan is necessary. Growth and change are essential for staying in the game. Companies need to stay out in front learning and 2. responding to what the consumer needs and wants. It is not always what the companies CEO’s... ... middle of paper ... ...ed and it has good and bad consequences. Bin laden put a great deal of effort, imagination and creativity into his plan of destruction, it was unfortunate and destructive. On the other hand look at how networks work, how much can be done all over the world, for the majority of people who use these new tools wisely it is an unbelievable new age of communication, and networking that can benefit all of us, in the long run. We need to keep it real, and protect ourselves. We all need to onboard, looking out for each other, we need to get in on the game but understand there are risks associated with the new information highway. Crime exists everywhere and this is no different, there are cons, predators and terrorist luring in every corner. Be aware but don’t shy away from this new world. Use it to it’s fullest or be left out both on a personal level, and a global level.

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