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Globalization by Mind Map: Globalization

1. The Right Stuff

1.1. Stressing Liberal Arts

1.1.1. People who get jobs now do more trainning or take more classes to have extra skills.

1.1.2. Now people need more than just a major in college in order to get a job.

1.2. Right Brain

1.2.1. Americas need to be more educated.

1.2.2. Foreigners do work for less pay but also more efficient than Americans.

1.3. CQ+PQ>IQ

1.3.1. Passion and curiousity is important for many things.

1.3.2. In the flat world you have so many more tools to take you and your curiosity so much farther and so much deeper.

1.4. Whish Class Do I Take To Learn How To Learn

1.4.1. "Learn How To Learn."

1.4.2. Absorb and teach yourself.

1.5. Navigation of the Internet

1.5.1. We need to teach people how to navigate better so that they can tell the difference between lies and the truth.

1.5.2. Real sources of knowledge becomes more important then ever.

1.6. The Right Country

1.6.1. Lots of experimentation and competition between states and universities.

1.6.2. America's cultural willingness to tear things down and rebuild them again gives us an enormous advantage in the age of flatness.

1.7. Tubas and Test Tubes

1.7.1. Jobs require you to be a good collaborator, leveager, adapter, explainer, synthesizer, model builder, localizer and personalizer.

2. Eras of globalization

2.1. Globalization 1.0

2.1.1. Started because of the better transportation and better planting of crops and shipping.

2.1.2. Started around 1492.

2.1.3. Countries were competing globaly.

2.2. Globalization 2.0

2.2.1. Started because of the Industrial Revolution.

2.2.2. Started around the late 1800's.

2.2.3. Companies are starting to compete globaly.

2.3. Globalization 3.0

2.3.1. Started around 2000.

2.3.2. Individuals began to compete with the world.

3. US and the Flat World

3.1. Comparative Advantage

3.2. Free Trade

4. The Quiet Crisis

4.1. Ambition Gap

4.1.1. Generally Americans are more worried about social standing and making money then achieving something and being at the top.

4.1.2. Other countries such as India and China have people who strive to achieve other then just become popular or make money (though they also strive to make money) will come up with innovations that make there country further itself in a globalized world.

4.2. Education Gap: Bottom

4.2.1. The approach to teaching is the same as it was over a hundred years ago with unneccesary classes and practices that are a waste of taxpayer money and students time in school.

4.3. Funding Gap

4.3.1. We need money, but two bit republicans dont like spending money on the youth to educate them.

4.4. Numbers Gap

4.4.1. Americans only graduate a miniscule number of people in science and engineering, compared to India and China who graduate multitudes of students in these fields every year.

4.5. Infastructure Gap

4.5.1. Broadband wise we are a completely under-performing country, Japan pays ten dollars for a speed forty times faster then what we have.

4.6. Education Gap: Top

4.6.1. We as a country are not getting kids interested in Math and Science as much as we could.

4.6.2. Students in America that are interested in math and science and go to college for such related jobs are usually foreign born in the first place.

5. Causes of Globalization

5.1. Internet

5.1.1. The emergence of the Internet as a tool of low-cost global connectivity and the World Wide Web was a seemingly virtual realm where individuals could post their digital content for everyone else to access.

5.2. Uploading

5.2.1. This was the first time regular people could post things that are in their life. The words first came into popular usage among computer users with the increased popularity of blogs and buliten board systems.

5.3. Supply Chain

5.3.1. A supply chain is the system of organizations, people, technology, activities, information and resources involved in moving a product or service.

5.4. Fall of the Berlin Wall

5.4.1. The fall of the Berlin Wall allowed people to begin thinking of the world as one place, rather than divided, which flattened the world.

5.5. Outsourcing

5.5.1. A massive world flattener occured from a relationship between two countries; America and India. The PC, the internet, and fiber-optic cable formed outsourcing.

5.6. Offshoring

5.6.1. Offshoring is a leading cause of globalizion because it is sending jobs and things to be created abroad. then these items are sent back to the US thus globalization.

5.7. Insourcing

5.7.1. Insourcing fits into globalization because it's outsourcing from the opposite perspective. A company will hire experts to train people in a certain department to do more tasks. When Nissan, for example, builds a plant in America to build its cars, the Japanese see this as outsourcing, but to Americans, this is considered insourcing.

5.8. 'Steroids'

5.8.1. Wireless devices in the world today have become increasing more efficient and accesisble to almost everyone. Wireless devices like cellphones and laptops and others are now more used than ever which is causing or help causing the wold to becomes by intergrating everyone all over the world into a conversation by just the click of a button or just the tap of a key. In the world you can get wireless service anywhere, anyplace, anytime.

5.9. Informing

5.9.1. Informing gave us the ablility to search anything and everything on the world wide web. Google is one very popular form.

5.10. Work Flow Software

5.10.1. The flattening world allowed for people to be able to communicate from differnet parts of the world through techology advancements.

6. Compassionate Flatism

6.1. Comparative Advantage

6.1.1. The US needs to do what we're good at, and forget about everything else untill were stable again.

7. The Great Sorting Out

7.1. Who Owns What?

7.2. Where Do Companies start and Stop?

7.3. Multiple Identity Disorder.

7.4. Death of A Salesman.

7.5. From Command and Control to Collaborate and Connect.

7.6. India VS. Indiana

8. The New Middle Class

8.1. Collaborators and Orchestrators

8.1.1. In the flat world u have to now be able to take all the players and put them together to make and create the new thing.

8.2. Synthesizers

8.2.1. The concept of the synthesizers is the way of bringing two totally different companies or things together to make something new.

8.3. Explainers

8.3.1. in the futere people in america will need to learn to explain if it wants to keep up with globalization. These explainers include writers, managers, producers, teachers, and journalists. With no explainers, then the country won't have a way to bring information efficiently and quickly to its people. without managers bussiness owners would have no time to run their bussinesses.

8.4. Leveragers

8.4.1. The term liberal arts denotes a curriculum that imparts general knowledge and develops the student’s rational thought and intellectual capabilities, unlike the professional, vocational, technical curricula emphasizing specialization

8.5. Adapters

8.5.1. Adapters are people in the new globalized market who must have the ability to adapt to changes in the new world workplace. One must be able to use multiple characteristics for multiple uses in multiple workplace.

8.6. Green People

8.6.1. This is because in the future, or even right now if they way we produce and use energy does not change this planet will be unlivable in no time flat at all.

8.7. Passionate and Personalizers

8.7.1. The passionate personalizers are people that have everyday job that other people have but find a way to make it their own job.

8.8. Math Lovers

8.8.1. Math is going to be a very important part of are country in the next ten years. Lots of jobs are going to require math skills. If you want to be successful in the world today you must take 4 or more years of math.

8.9. Localizers

8.9.1. Small businesses.

9. The Triple Convergence

9.1. Flatteners

9.2. New Buisness Oppertunities

9.3. Billions and Millions of people entering the workforce.

10. The Unflat World

10.1. There are four reasons why countries dont flatten.

10.1.1. Too Sick This happen when countries have very few ways to take care of their citizens

10.1.2. Too Few Resources this happens when either all the resources have been used or been poluted

10.1.3. Too Frustrated When there are too many cultures and societies too close to eachother that have different views on things.

10.1.4. Too dissempowered When societies do not have the tools, infrastructure to participate in the world.