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Lec5_E-Commerce+I - ISOM 101: Introduction to Information...

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ISOM 101: Introduction to Information Systems Lecture 5: E-Commerce I Prof. Heather H. Xu
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Recap – Lec 3&4 Information vs. data What is good information? Describe in your own words Moore’s Law Metcalfe’s Law 10 flatteners Business process Open source; Outsourcing; Offshoring Supply chain Bullwhip effect When the world is flat Speicalization The “ability to learn how to learn” Ten Flatteners 11/9/1989 8/9/95 Workflow Software Uploading Outsourcing Offshoring Supply-chaining Insourcing In-forming The steroids
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Module #1 The new economy 1. Evolution of IT in Biz 2. Characteristics 3. Roles of IS Digital Economy (3 classes) E-Commerce (3 classes)
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What’s new? Globalization Digitization Speed Merger of Product & Service Role of Ideas E-Commerce
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Globalization
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Globalization Is the process of interaction and integration among the regional economies, societies, and cultures, driven by international trade and investment and enabled by information technology .
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The 6-14 th century
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The 17-19 th century East India Company
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The 20 – 21 th Century IT-enabled Globalization Companies conduct business in a global market Leaders in the industry • Dell – divisions in 43 countries • Fedex – serving 200+ countries • UPS – serving 200+ countries • JPMorgan – offices in 50 countries • Toyota – manufacturing plant in 20+ countries • 7-11 – grew from 15 stores in 1974 to
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course ISM 101 taught by Professor Lily during the Spring '11 term at HKU.

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Lec5_E-Commerce+I - ISOM 101: Introduction to Information...

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