Rockefeller Foundation removed Rivera's mural and left the sculpture on ‘God the Geometer' circumscribing boundaries of the universe with an inscription on the importance of stability. Stability is considered the highest corporate and capitalistic value and this clearly showed their stance (Linsey 57). The Rockefellers were capitalists and Rivera opposed this type of economy. Rivera was a socialist who envisioned a future where technological progress combines with social change. His views that he let be known on the mural were unacceptable to the Rockefellers who wanted to exploit technology to create capitalism (Linsey
Besides, the government of North Korea is weakening to control this market and weaken support for the central planning authority. 2. Leading inefficiency resources Command economies often produce too much of one thing and not enough of another. North Korea is facing difficulty for the central planner to get up-to-date information about consumer’s needs. As example customer need online purchasing platform to make them more effective and efficient purchase.
This astonishing fact illustrates how colossal the differences in the income of the developing and the devel-oped countries are. These differences present a strong barrier for sustainability to devel-op equivalently in the world, which means that the small efforts made by wealthier countries are still not big enough to cover the damages being made in the entire world. For a great majority of countries the big industrial breakthrough is yet to come. In other words, the damaging of the eco-systems in favour of consumption is theoretically not to be ended until the developing Countries and the industrial ones reach somewhat similar level of sustainability. However, we cannot expect that, because the differences and inequality in the development are always going to be present, regardless of the
Therefore, if economic rights are violated in the sense of food scarcity, expensive education, inaccessible healthcare system and high unemployment rate, government will lose the support of its voters and face threat to its power. Confronted with poor economy and public pressure, it is more demanding and challenging for a government to engage with ‘’democratic culture of negotiation, bargaining, tolerance and compromise’’ (Rummel 1997: 101) than to suppress revolts and public demands by brute force and
(Lockwood, p. 4)They don’t have the power to control and are instead mired to debt, poverty, and economic malaise. (Lockwood, p. 3)These types of countries are dependent on the capitalized world market that they fail to shape their own terms of economic power. The fourth point is the loss of local culture and national autonomy in which national sovereignty is less protected and national laws are being
Upon the detailed analysis, it has been very much clear that organisation is full of weaknesses and threats which can be very difficult to address early. One of the major weaknesses of the organisation is the absence of training and development programs which has been felt since recruitment of some inexperienced people by human resource department. This is a threat to competitiveness of organisation because it would take time to get the new people trained and work in an effective way for organisation. The operations of the organisation are full of flaws and loopholes that are playing the key role in loosing market shares and it is also a threat that organisation would lose its rank further with the continuity of such operations. The system of the organisation is also obsolete which is also a matter of focus for the organisation because it is neither user friendly nor it is up-to-date.
Brits argues that “the ICT has the capacity to both increase and restrict access to information needed to satisfy needs, and the second is that socio-economic and political disadvantages will in most cases produce informational disadvantages. Certain categories of valuable information, such as economic information, are mainly available in an electronic format. In most cases this implies that poor people, due to financial costs and in many cases a lack of know-how knowledge of modern ICT, are unable to access and fully exploit these technologies and thereby benefit from these categories of information. Poor people are therefore in most cases marginalized and even excluded from digitized world economy which is based on access to and use of information. ICT has accelerated the production and distribution of information, but at the same time has exacerbated the gap between those who have access to and use of information and those who do
Transformational Change: Transformational change is the process whereby positive development results are achieved and sustained over time by institutionalizing policies, programmes and projects within national strategies. It should be noted that this embodies the concept of institutionally sustained results – consistency of achievement over time. This is in order to exclude short-term, transitory impact3. National actors are by far the most impor¬tant factors in effecting transformational change. Indeed, such transformational change can by definition only be achieved by national actors since it will most likely depend on the political will of governments – national, regional and local – which have the power to legislate, develop policies and programmes, and to allo¬cate resources – financial and human – to imple-ment them.
Today many manufacturing firms are faced with problems of entering in to international markets like demand insufficiency, financial trouble, the lack of marketing organization, standards, goods and services with reasonable prices and quality which provide competitive advantage on foreign markets, low capacity, adaptation problem of market entry, law and politic problems, diversity of customer's choice and habit, bureaucracy (Özlem Özkanli et’al (2006).The problems to export are related to a lack of capital (capital is important to build and to maintain international market relations) as well as a lack of human resources: most of the time the manager himself is in charge of export activities. The lack of managers with international experience
Digital Divide – This technology is reducing the geographical boundaries to education. The individuals and various educational and even non-educational organizations can have at their door-step a huge information, world wide educational course ware, irrespective of their location. However, this access to information is not free of cost, further it needs to spend on expensive hardware and software & limitations of ‘Telecommunications’ creates the major hurdles to most of the organizations intending to use ICT. To meet the global needs and to face the global competition, a poor country like Vietnam has also began to obtain the internet access and started implementation of ICT in their educational sector. But, it is increasing the cost of infrastructure for the educational institutes.