Through examples of companies that have already successfully engineered information networks to encourage growth, it advocates digitalization of all aspects of business life, and propounds the theory of the digital nervous system, which envisages paperless offices in a networked environment.
This rise in public scrutiny correlates strongly with the emergence of new digital communications platforms and their widespread adoption. An ever-growing list of interactive tools has given stakeholders the ability to communicate with one another, to disseminate messaging, and, ultimately, to threaten companies’ increasingly vulnerable reputations By Paul A. Argenti, Georgia Aarons
The Caring Economy examines the author’s digital philosophy and its application to business, seeing empowerment and people-focused strategies as vital for success, rather than technological change. It considers that the digital age demands new thinking and a whole new set of business principles
Three successive years of a widening positive output gap have left India’s economy with double-digit inflation (Figure 5), currently (first quarter of 2009) at between 10% and 11% on the various CPI measures By Maya Bhandari