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Flat World Navigation

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Flat World Navigation unlocks the secret of successful business in a global networked world by providing you with the tools and knowledge to build and maintain authentic, dynamic relationships.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Dedication
  4. Praise for Flat World Navigation
  5. Contents
  6. Disclaimer
  7. About the author
  8. Biographies
  9. Thanks
  10. Abbreviations and commonly used phrases
  11. Also available by Kim Chandler McDonald: <span xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:epub="http://www.idpf.org/2007/ops" class="italic">Innovation</span>
    1. Saskia Bruysten, Megan Kachur, Cameron Tuesley and Adrian Westaway
    2. DACE details
    3. Definitions
    4. Issues addressed
    5. Introductions
    6. In conclusion
  12. 01    The tools and techniques of successful flat world navigation in practice
    1. Miki Agrawal, Sandy Carter, Mie Kajikawa, Katharina Kummer Peiry, Alan Rosenblatt, Sylvia RJ Scott, Bettina von Stamm and Erik Starck
    2. What are you navigating towards?
    3. Planning for your journey through the flat world
    4. Tools, techniques and tips
    5. In conclusion
  13. 02    The foundations of the DACE (Digital, Attention and Collaboration Economies)
    1. Marc Dufraisse, Edmund Komar, Amelia Loye, Saundra Pelletier and Wendy Simpson
    2. Keeping up is easier than catching up
    3. Size doesn’t matter in the global Digital, Attention and Collaboration Economies (DACE)
    4. The Majority World will have a major impact
    5. Use your tools widely and wisely
    6. In conclusion
  14. 03    Demand and opportunity through business collaboration
    1. Mary Adams, Jeanine Esposito, David W Gray and Deanne Weir
    2. Definitions
    3. Why collaborate?
    4. Connect and communicate
    5. Added advantages
    6. Collaborative characteristics
    7. In conclusion
  15. 04    Profiting from your Return on Involvement (ROI) in the Attention Economy
    1. Morra Aarons-Mele, Kare Anderson, Karen Barnes, Lorraine Carrington, Gordon Feller, Sue Matthews and Blair Palese
    2. ‘I don’t want to get involved’ is not an option
    3. Everyone needs to navigate ROI in the flat world
    4. Engage with your Endusers on their terms
    5. Flat World Navigators, the masters of real-world ROI
    6. In conclusion
  16. 05    New business models built by flat world navigation
    1. Aria Finger, Donnie Maclurcan, Joan Michelson, Servane Mouazan and Clara Gaggero Westaway
    2. Nothing floats on digital denial
    3. Re-running present conventions is not the path to future successes
    4. Flat world navigation – building bigger, broader, better business
    5. In conclusion
  17. 06    Changing markets and competitive advantages accessed through flat world navigation
    1. Miguel Reynolds Brandão, Chris Gabriel, Patricia Greene, Carolyn Hardy and Karima Mariama-Arthur
    2. The changing economic stage
    3. The ‘undiscovered country’ – the SME stalwarts
    4. The new gameplay of success – flattening your DACE
    5. The Flat World Navigator effect – transforming operations into opportunities
    6. In conclusion
  18. 07    Navigating the direction of the DACE
    1. Peter Church, Jeff Finkle, Peter Hewkin, Philo Holland, Giorgio Prister, Robert Joachim Schiff and Liora Shechter
    2. The competition is global in scope for highly skilled IT/DACE resources
    3. Lengthening the odds when addressing the skills shortage in the DACE
    4. Finding new formulas to foster growth
    5. Mass unemployment is a possibility for those not able to gain access to, or collaborate effectively in, the DACE
    6. Governments leading the way in redefining service and services in the DACE
    7. In conclusion
  19. 08    Is flat world navigation the game changer for women in the workforce?
    1. Shala Burroughs, Anna Fälth, Natalie Goldman, Louise Guido and Carolyn Lawrence
    2. Owning your position
    3. The state of play – winning the numbers game
    4. The skills already within reach
    5. In conclusion
  20. Summary: A collaborative conclusion
    1. Christopher Altman and Francesco Calabrese
  21. References
  22. Index
  23. Copyright