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Globalization: Past, Present, Future

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by jeroen keij on 21 March 2013

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Transcript of Globalization: Past, Present, Future

Globalization Past, Present and Future Overview Globalization in the past
Globalization nowadays Globalization in the future Past Globalization has always been there
Mankind always wanted to extend and move
17th century --> first multinationals Communication with different cultures
24 Hour Economy Present Communication with different cultures Present The 24-hour economy according to Presser (1999) Cross Cultural Communication Intercultural Communication Multicultural Communication More and more companies work with working shifts
In 1997 only 54,4% of the employees worked a normal daytime workweek
Multinational corporations make use of timezones
The economy never stops
Jeroen Keij 372297 Future "we have achieved the end of history" Francis Fukuyama (1980s) "[...] the particular form of market democracy manifested in the US [...] had become the stable future for the planet" (Cheney et al. 2011, p. 396) Discussion Where is the end of the process of globalization and when will we reach it? References Cheney, G., Christensen, L. T., Zorn Jr., T. E., & Ganesh, S. (2010).Organizational Communication in an Age of Globalization: Issues, Reflections, Practices (2nd Ed.). Waveland Press: Long Grove, IL. Presser, H.B. 1999 Toward a 24-hour economy. Science, 284, 1778-1779. doi:10.1126/science.284.5421.1778
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