Flat World Navigation: Collaboration and Networking in the Global Digital Economy
- 4h 50m
- Kim Chandler McDonald
- Kogan Page
The future of a company lies in its ability to make authentic connections in a global, "flattened world" economy, spanning departments, cultures, and countries. Flat World Navigation explains how network-building, collaboration, and authentic communication are essential to navigating this new business landscape. Exploring the essential skills, tools, techniques, and technologies involved in making and maintaining business relationships, author Kim Chandler McDonald integrates practical tips and advice with interviews with leading figures who are successful flat world navigators.
About the Author
Flat World Navigator, Kim Chandler McDonald is the Co-Founder at KimmiC, a company specializing in leading edge innovations and robust FIA (Future of Internet) technologies. An award-winning author, she is a globally respected thought leader in international business strategies, disruptive approaches and transformational trends - particularly those involving innovation and the DACE (Digital, Attention and Collaboration Economies).
A former writer/editor for national and international newspapers and magazines and host/producer of an award winning radio/TV program, Kim is a sought after speaker, columnist and advisory board member. She currently sits on Griffith University’s Enterprise Advisory Board, Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia’s Advocacy Committee and the Board of Governors of Frost and Sullivan’s Association of Growth, Innovation and Leadership Executives (AGILE) as well as being an Academy Fellow of the International Entrepreneurship Academy.
In this Book
The Tools and Techniques of Successful Flat World Navigation in Practice
The Foundations of the DACE (Digital, Attention and Collaboration Economies)
Demand and Opportunity Through Business Collaboration
Profiting from Your Return on Involvement (ROI) in the Attention Economy
New Business Models Built by Flat World Navigation
Changing Markets and Competitive Advantages Accessed Through Flat World Navigation
Navigating the Direction of the DACE
Is Flat World Navigation the Game Changer for Women in the Workforce?