Monthly Archives: September 2010

How social media changes business

The infographic highlights 4 changes that social media has brought upon: (1) Greater emphasis is placed on peer-to-peer connections than selling, (2) companies are paying more attention to individual consumer, (3) communication is now more transparent, and (4) social media stretches a business’s … Continue reading

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on transliteracy.

In response to Syecindyo’s request to share more about Transliteracy, I decided to share a little more about this topic and also provide my own interpretation of transliteracy. Where did the word transliteracy come from? Transliteracies came first, introduced by … Continue reading

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Week 6

This week’s topic was on the BioBusiness Revolution: Healthcare and Biomedical Sciences (Past, Present and Future). BioBusiness? This term caught my attention while I was scanning through the course outline prior to the start of this entire course. Combining the … Continue reading

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Week 5.

Today’s topic was on Technology and ICT, which I felt was a topic that is extremely relevant in our lives and that piqued my interest. This is one of the main reasons why I chose to do my individual oral presentation on … Continue reading

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Week 4.

Lesson 4 was on Drivers of World Change and Change Management and Change Leadership. I feel that the topics discussed were very relevant, as a lot of the key drivers of global change are present in our everyday lives, and in essence, … Continue reading

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Week 3.

The themes for today’s lessons are Technology and Industrial Environment, and Technology and Innovation Management. We began the lesson with a quote by Prof Shahi, Sustainability requires shift from linear to circular thinking. Old Industrial Model: Economic Development vs. Environmental … Continue reading

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