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Lecture 15

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Department
Commerce
Course Code
COMMERCE 2KA3
Professor
A L I R M O N T A Z E M I
Lecture
15

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Commerce 2KA3
Chapter 15: Managing Global Systems
The Growth of International Information Systems
Global Culture: created by television, the internet, and other globally shared media such as
movies now permits different cultures and peoples to develop common expectations about
right and wrong, desirable and undesirable, heroic and cowardly.
Transborder Data Flow: the movement of information across international boundaries in
any form. Some European countries prohibit the processing of financial information
outside their boundaries or the movement of personal information to foreign counties
Franchisers: are an interesting mix of old and new, the product is created, designed,
financed, and initially produced in the home country, but for product specific reasons must
rely heavily on foreign personnel for further production, marketing, and human resources
Transnational Strategy: nearly all the value-adding activities are managed from a global
perspective without reference to national borders, optimizing sources of supply and
demand where very they appear and taking advantage of any local competitive advantages
Legitimacy: the extent to which your authority is accepted on grounds of competence,
vision, or other qualities. The selection of a viable change strategy, which we have defined
as evolutionary but with a vision, should assist you in convincing others that change is
feasible and desirable.
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