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Globalization by Mind Map: Globalization
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Globalization

Eras

1.0

2.0

3.0

The Triple Convergence

India, China, and Soviets began to compete in the world.

Globilization 3.0 began in the 1990's starting the new era.

The Great Sorting Out

India v Indiana

Where do companies start and stop?

From command and control to collaborate and connect

Multiple Identity Disorder

Who owns what?

Death of a salesman

US and the Flat world

Free Trade

The Right Stuff

Right Brain

Tubas and Test Tubes

Right Country

Navigation

CQ+PG>IQ

Liberal Arts

Learn How to Learn

The Quiet Crisis

The numbers gap

Education Top

Education Bottom

Ambition Gap

Funding Gap

Infrastructure Gap

New Middle Class

Collaborators and Orchestrators

Synthesizers

Explainers

Leveragers

Adapters

Green People

Passionate Personalizers

Math Lovers

Localizers

Causes of Globalization

Internet

Uploading

Supply Chains

Fall of Berlin Wall

Outsourcing

Informing

Work Flow software

Steroids

Offshoring

Insourcing

Compassionate Flatism

Leadership

Muscles

Cushioning

Social Activitism

Parenting

The Unflat World

There are four reasons why countries dont flatten.

How companies cope

Rule #1. When the world is flat, whatever can be done will be done. The only question is whether it will be done by you or to you.

Rule #2. Because we are in a world where whatever can be done, will be done, the most important competition today is between you and your own imagination.

Rule #3. One way small companies flourish in the flat world is by learning to act really big.

Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention

The theory is that with so many countries being globalized, we won't have any wars. This is because of the fact that many countries rely on one another certain resources to make their goods. If the country that supplies them with certain resources were to get in a war with them, they would not be able to get their resources to continue producing the goods.