June 2007
Systems Science;2007, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p41
Academic Journal
I. The globalization as the factor of an increasing competitiveness. Growing number of global products. The international nature of production process- advantages and threats. International and national security management. Crisis management. The new technologies and their applications for the creation of products and services - biotechnology, materials engineering, microelectronics, telecommunication, automation and robotics, computer networks. The knowledge based economy and the knowledge management. The intellectual capital's formation and utilization. The trust management. 2. The multimedia revolution. The development of Internet, Intranet and network companies. 3. The virtualization of production processes and services. Virtual companies and their peculiarities. The virtual public administration services and educational processes (e-learning, distance learning).


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