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The Need for Educating and Training for Competitive Presence in the International Business Community China¡¯s


  • John P. Lilly



Our world is constantly changing. Our society is confronted with issues regarding globalization, international diversity, advances in technology, and threats of hegemony and world supremacy. Such innovative, productive advancements in computer technologies and high-speed internet services also offer opportunities for poor, uneducated minorities to learn about other people and improve their conomies. Added features reinforced with elaborate, strategically-placed, global satellite systems and sophisticated protocols can significantly expand productivity. This paper discusses the need to have curricula guidelines for teaching, molding and training students to become progressive, competitive, productive, cross-cultural and cross-functional members of a global workforce incorporated into the mainstream of the educational process.

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  • John P. Lilly, 2012. "The Need for Educating and Training for Competitive Presence in the International Business Community China¡¯s," Transnational Corporations Review, Ottawa United Learning Academy, vol. 4(4), pages 98-103, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:oul:tncr09:v:4:y:2012:i:4:p:98-103

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