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Cellich, C: Creative Solutions to Global Busine...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 10.08.2016, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Creative Solutions to Global Business Negotiations, Second Edition, Autor: Cellich, Claude // Jain, Subhash C., Verlag: Business Expert Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // International // General, Rubrik: Wirtschaft International, Seiten: 278, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 407 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Multiculturalism - Is there a crisis?
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Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,1, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen), language: English, abstract: Migration is not a temporary fashion. For thousands of years people have left their native country to build a new existence. But there are different reasons like economical, societal or political factors. Most people tried to find their self-determination, but there were stampedes due to wars or natural catastrophes, too. (cf. Karl Kübel Stiftung 2006) Pierre Eliot Trudeau, the former Canadian prime minister, said that the power of a country is not only about military or economy but also about liberality and openmindedness. But after the attack of the World Trade Centre in 2001 by Islamic terrorists, an antipathy against foreigners emerged in many countries. The fear of different cultures in the own country pushes the care about the national engagement and the loyalty between the population. In industrial countries migrants are often shown as a lower-level community which wants to profit from the better social system. But it should be noted that in most countries the migration and integration policies do not play an important role. (cf. Heinrich Böll Stiftung 2006) But in a slow process the picture of migrants will be changed. More and more migrants can be found in higher positions in economy or politics. For example Philipp Rösler has Vietnamese roots and is the leader of the German party FDP. Another very important change will take place in the CEO position of the Deutsche Bank AG. Anshu Jain with an Indian background will replace Josef Ackermann and so the most significant bank of Germany will be led by a foreigner. This change causes a lifting of the community of migrants. Migrants do not only stress the societal system of industrial countries, now they want to replace natives in the higher society. (cf. Ljoma Mangold 2011) These problems show that the principle of multiculturalism in industrial countries involves a high potential for conflicts. Some industrial countries try to find political solutions to handle the migration problem and the problem of different cultures in one country. But it is not easy due to incompatibleness between the behaviour of different cultures. Others are the ideas of man or social, right and financial perceptions of the native country on the one hand and the foreign cultures on the other hand.

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Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures
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Conventional wisdom of the 'software stack' approach to building applications may no longer be relevant. Enterprises are pursuing new ways of organizing systems and processes to become service oriented and event-driven. Leveraging existing infrastructural investments is a critical aspect to the success of companies both large and small. Enterprises have to adapt their systems to support frequent technological changes, mergers and acquisitions. Furthermore, in a growing global market, these systems are being called upon to be used by external business partners. Technology is often difficult, costly and complex and without modern approaches can prevent the enterprise from becoming agile. Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures helps readers solve this challenge in making different applications communicate in a loosely coupled manner. This classic handbook leverages the experiences of thought leaders functioning in multiple industry verticals and provides a wealth of knowledge for creating the agile enterprise. In this book, you will learn: • How to balance the delivery of immediate business value while creating long-term strategic capability • Fundamental principles of a service-oriented architecture (find, bind and execute) • The four aspects of SOA (Production, Consumption, Management and Provisioning) • How to recognize critical success factors to implementing enterprise SOAs • Architectural importance of service registries, interfaces and contracts • Why improper service decomposition can hurt you later rather than sooner • How application design and integration practices change as architects seek to implement the 'agile' enterprise About the Authors James McGovern is an enterprise architect for The Hartford. He is an industry thought leader and co-author of the bestselling book: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture. Oliver Sims is a recognized leader in the architecture, design and implementation of service-oriented and component-based enterprise systems. He was a founding member of the OMG Architecture Board. He was co-author of the groundbreaking book: Business Component Factory. Ashish Jain is a Principal Architect with Ping Identity Corporation, a leading provider of solutions for identity federation. Prior to joining Ping Identity, he worked with BEA Systems where his role was to assist BEA customers in designing and implementing their e-business strategies using solutions based on J2EE. He holds several industry certifications from SUN and BEA and is also a board member for the Denver BEA User group. Mark Little is Director of Standards and SOA Manager for JBoss Inc. Prior to this, he was Chief Architect for Arjuna Technologies Ltd and a Distinguished Engineer at Hewlett-Packard. As well as being an active member of the OMG, JCP, OASIS and W3C, he is an author on many SOA and Web Services standards. He also led the development of the world's first standards-compliant Web Services Transaction product.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures
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Conventional wisdom of the 'software stack' approach to building applications may no longer be relevant. Enterprises are pursuing new ways of organizing systems and processes to become service oriented and event-driven. Leveraging existing infrastructural investments is a critical aspect to the success of companies both large and small. Enterprises have to adapt their systems to support frequent technological changes, mergers and acquisitions. Furthermore, in a growing global market, these systems are being called upon to be used by external business partners. Technology is often difficult, costly and complex and without modern approaches can prevent the enterprise from becoming agile. Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures helps readers solve this challenge in making different applications communicate in a loosely coupled manner. This classic handbook leverages the experiences of thought leaders functioning in multiple industry verticals and provides a wealth of knowledge for creating the agile enterprise. In this book, you will learn: . How to balance the delivery of immediate business value while creating long-term strategic capability . Fundamental principles of a service-oriented architecture (find, bind and execute) . The four aspects of SOA (Production, Consumption, Management and Provisioning) . How to recognize critical success factors to implementing enterprise SOAs . Architectural importance of service registries, interfaces and contracts . Why improper service decomposition can hurt you later rather than sooner . How application design and integration practices change as architects seek to implement the 'agile' enterprise About the Authors James McGovern is an enterprise architect for The Hartford. He is an industry thought leader and co-author of the bestselling book: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture. Oliver Sims is a recognized leader in the architecture, design and implementation of service-oriented and component-based enterprise systems. He was a founding member of the OMG Architecture Board. He was co-author of the groundbreaking book: Business Component Factory. Ashish Jain is a Principal Architect with Ping Identity Corporation, a leading provider of solutions for identity federation. Prior to joining Ping Identity, he worked with BEA Systems where his role was to assist BEA customers in designing and implementing their e-business strategies using solutions based on J2EE. He holds several industry certifications from SUN and BEA and is also a board member for the Denver BEA User group. Mark Little is Director of Standards and SOA Manager for JBoss Inc. Prior to this, he was Chief Architect for Arjuna Technologies Ltd and a Distinguished Engineer at Hewlett-Packard. As well as being an active member of the OMG, JCP, OASIS and W3C, he is an author on many SOA and Web Services standards. He also led the development of the world's first standards-compliant Web Services Transaction product. TOC:Endorsements. About the series. Foreword. Preface. About the book. Acknowledgements. About the reviewers. 1. Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture. 2. Component-Based Services. 3. Orchestration. 4. Working with Registry and Uddi. 5. Understanding Enterprise Security. 6. SOA Management. 7. Transactions. 8. Event-Driven Architecture. Outtro. Appendix A: Understanding Distributed Computing. Appendix B: Quality Attributes. Appendix C: References. Appendix D: Additional Reading. Appendix E: Upcoming Books.

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Multiculturalism - Is there a crisis?
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Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,1, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen), language: English, abstract: Migration is not a temporary fashion. For thousands of years people have left their native country to build a new existence. But there are different reasons like economical, societal or political factors. Most people tried to find their self-determination, but there were stampedes due to wars or natural catastrophes, too. (cf. Karl Kübel Stiftung 2006) Pierre Eliot Trudeau, the former Canadian prime minister, said that the power of a country is not only about military or economy but also about liberality and openmindedness. But after the attack of the World Trade Centre in 2001 by Islamic terrorists, an antipathy against foreigners emerged in many countries. The fear of different cultures in the own country pushes the care about the national engagement and the loyalty between the population. In industrial countries migrants are often shown as a lower-level community which wants to profit from the better social system. But it should be noted that in most countries the migration and integration policies do not play an important role. (cf. Heinrich Böll Stiftung 2006) But in a slow process the picture of migrants will be changed. More and more migrants can be found in higher positions in economy or politics. For example Philipp Rösler has Vietnamese roots and is the leader of the German party FDP. Another very important change will take place in the CEO position of the Deutsche Bank AG. Anshu Jain with an Indian background will replace Josef Ackermann and so the most significant bank of Germany will be led by a foreigner. This change causes a lifting of the community of migrants. Migrants do not only stress the societal system of industrial countries, now they want to replace natives in the higher society. (cf. Ljoma Mangold 2011) These problems show that the principle of multiculturalism in industrial countries involves a high potential for conflicts. Some industrial countries try to find political solutions to handle the migration problem and the problem of different cultures in one country. But it is not easy due to incompatibleness between the behaviour of different cultures. Others are the ideas of man or social, right and financial perceptions of the native country on the one hand and the foreign cultures on the other hand.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures
134,99 € *
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Conventional wisdom of the 'software stack' approach to building applications may no longer be relevant. Enterprises are pursuing new ways of organizing systems and processes to become service oriented and event-driven. Leveraging existing infrastructural investments is a critical aspect to the success of companies both large and small. Enterprises have to adapt their systems to support frequent technological changes, mergers and acquisitions. Furthermore, in a growing global market, these systems are being called upon to be used by external business partners. Technology is often difficult, costly and complex and without modern approaches can prevent the enterprise from becoming agile. Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures helps readers solve this challenge in making different applications communicate in a loosely coupled manner. This classic handbook leverages the experiences of thought leaders functioning in multiple industry verticals and provides a wealth of knowledge for creating the agile enterprise. In this book, you will learn: • How to balance the delivery of immediate business value while creating long-term strategic capability • Fundamental principles of a service-oriented architecture (find, bind and execute) • The four aspects of SOA (Production, Consumption, Management and Provisioning) • How to recognize critical success factors to implementing enterprise SOAs • Architectural importance of service registries, interfaces and contracts • Why improper service decomposition can hurt you later rather than sooner • How application design and integration practices change as architects seek to implement the 'agile' enterprise About the Authors James McGovern is an enterprise architect for The Hartford. He is an industry thought leader and co-author of the bestselling book: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture. Oliver Sims is a recognized leader in the architecture, design and implementation of service-oriented and component-based enterprise systems. He was a founding member of the OMG Architecture Board. He was co-author of the groundbreaking book: Business Component Factory. Ashish Jain is a Principal Architect with Ping Identity Corporation, a leading provider of solutions for identity federation. Prior to joining Ping Identity, he worked with BEA Systems where his role was to assist BEA customers in designing and implementing their e-business strategies using solutions based on J2EE. He holds several industry certifications from SUN and BEA and is also a board member for the Denver BEA User group. Mark Little is Director of Standards and SOA Manager for JBoss Inc. Prior to this, he was Chief Architect for Arjuna Technologies Ltd and a Distinguished Engineer at Hewlett-Packard. As well as being an active member of the OMG, JCP, OASIS and W3C, he is an author on many SOA and Web Services standards. He also led the development of the world's first standards-compliant Web Services Transaction product.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.08.2020
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Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures
132,00 € *
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Conventional wisdom of the 'software stack' approach to building applications may no longer be relevant. Enterprises are pursuing new ways of organizing systems and processes to become service oriented and event-driven. Leveraging existing infrastructural investments is a critical aspect to the success of companies both large and small. Enterprises have to adapt their systems to support frequent technological changes, mergers and acquisitions. Furthermore, in a growing global market, these systems are being called upon to be used by external business partners. Technology is often difficult, costly and complex and without modern approaches can prevent the enterprise from becoming agile. Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures helps readers solve this challenge in making different applications communicate in a loosely coupled manner. This classic handbook leverages the experiences of thought leaders functioning in multiple industry verticals and provides a wealth of knowledge for creating the agile enterprise. In this book, you will learn: . How to balance the delivery of immediate business value while creating long-term strategic capability . Fundamental principles of a service-oriented architecture (find, bind and execute) . The four aspects of SOA (Production, Consumption, Management and Provisioning) . How to recognize critical success factors to implementing enterprise SOAs . Architectural importance of service registries, interfaces and contracts . Why improper service decomposition can hurt you later rather than sooner . How application design and integration practices change as architects seek to implement the 'agile' enterprise About the Authors James McGovern is an enterprise architect for The Hartford. He is an industry thought leader and co-author of the bestselling book: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture. Oliver Sims is a recognized leader in the architecture, design and implementation of service-oriented and component-based enterprise systems. He was a founding member of the OMG Architecture Board. He was co-author of the groundbreaking book: Business Component Factory. Ashish Jain is a Principal Architect with Ping Identity Corporation, a leading provider of solutions for identity federation. Prior to joining Ping Identity, he worked with BEA Systems where his role was to assist BEA customers in designing and implementing their e-business strategies using solutions based on J2EE. He holds several industry certifications from SUN and BEA and is also a board member for the Denver BEA User group. Mark Little is Director of Standards and SOA Manager for JBoss Inc. Prior to this, he was Chief Architect for Arjuna Technologies Ltd and a Distinguished Engineer at Hewlett-Packard. As well as being an active member of the OMG, JCP, OASIS and W3C, he is an author on many SOA and Web Services standards. He also led the development of the world's first standards-compliant Web Services Transaction product. TOC:Endorsements. About the series. Foreword. Preface. About the book. Acknowledgements. About the reviewers. 1. Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture. 2. Component-Based Services. 3. Orchestration. 4. Working with Registry and Uddi. 5. Understanding Enterprise Security. 6. SOA Management. 7. Transactions. 8. Event-Driven Architecture. Outtro. Appendix A: Understanding Distributed Computing. Appendix B: Quality Attributes. Appendix C: References. Appendix D: Additional Reading. Appendix E: Upcoming Books.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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