Advanced Topics in Global Information Management (Vol. 3) by M. Gordon Hunter, Felix B. Tan

By M. Gordon Hunter, Felix B. Tan

Complex themes in worldwide info administration is the 3rd in a chain of books on boost subject matters in worldwide info administration (GIM). GIM learn keeps to development, with a few students pushing the bounds of considering and others hard the established order.

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All these products vary considerably in quality, in size, and in color.... Each would be difficult for experienced vendors with well-establish reputations and simple return policies to sell. They are going to be extraordinarily difficult sales for distant companies with unknown names. Growing experience with online sales is beginning to suggest strategies companies can take to successfully sell "look and feel" products, but these strategies take significant business sophistication (for example, "relationship marketing" (Shin, 2001)) and still leave the companies of Nepal facing the basic task of shipping a Pashmina sweater to Oregon and accepting a return if the size or color are wrong, and doing so at an attractive price while earning a profit.

Transparency International would also add that customs procedures are often a place where corruption both slows processes and adds costs. Finding ways of measuring these many aspects of infrastructure is no easy task. While not overtly subscribing to any theory of innovation diffusion, the United Nations Development Program (Human Development Report, 2001) seems to recognize the role of multiple factors in IT development success. In evaluating the current level of technical development of countries around the world, it looked beyond a simple count of Internet hosts to the importance of patents and royalties, the nature of exports, the telephone and electrical infrastructures, and educational opportunities available to citizens.

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