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The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman, Picador
Pages 8 (2008 words)
[Name of the Writer] [Name of the Professor] [Name of the Course] [Date] The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman, Picador Part 1: page. 4-59 The page ‘4’ of the book initiates with a discussion of the author trip to India. Mentioning the city Bangalore and terming it as India’s Silicon Valley, he mentions himself as being similar to Columbus and is inspired with his exploratory nature.
This was meaning to say that the knowledge handling in seemingly backward and developing countries like India and China had no come just in line with the knowledge management norms of the developed countries like America etcetera. Outsourcing is the basic concept that Friedman studies from his entire journey. He is thrilled and decisive as to the fact that outsourcing was the key to the survival in the times to come. The author proceeds to the subsequent chapter mentioning the key concepts on which the rest of the book revolves. He mentions the ten Flatteners as the ten factors that influence and eventually lead to the globalization of the world. He stresses that it is the flattening only that would pave way for globalization. Namely, the ten flatteners were as follows: Berlin Wall Collapse 11/9/89 Invention of Netscape Navigator 8/9/95 Software compatibility Online collaboration via uploading Outsourcing Offshoring Supply-Chaining Insourcing Informing “The Steroids” part 2: page. ...
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