Internetalization of End-Users

Internetalization of End-Users

A. K. Aggarwal (University of Baltimore, USA)
Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 3
DOI: 10.4018/joeuc.2003010104
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Abstract

Technology revolution, specifically the Internet, is creating unprecedented demands on end users (especially managers) to access information, to make decisions, and to take instant action. Information is changing by the minute and is at the users’ fingertips. Most information, be it local or global, is available on the Internet or company’s intranet. Skills needed for jobs are changing. Most jobs in the current century require skills that are very different from traditional decision-making skills. Managers will have to be technically savvy, diversity conscious, and globally competent.

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