Gap Analysis: Global Communications
Global commutation is the process of transmitting and receiving information on a worldwide scale. Global communication is an evolution which drastically changed the lives of humans, since the turn of the 21st century. When connecting to other human beings who live across the world is as easy as turning on your commuter or your cell phone. The growing technology is based on telegraphy, broadcasting, computers, cell phones and satellites; these are some of the most amazing forms of communication that Global Communications has helped humans evolve positively within time. There are many reasons why Global communications are positive aspects of lives and have become a wide pool of opportunities. Despite all its great opportunities, Global Communications has its challenges and barriers that humans have come to realize. The continuous growth of Global Communications into the international worlds has major repercussion, both positive and negative.
Issue and Opportunity Identification
Today, Global Communication faces numerous issues and opportunities. Ongoing challenges of competition effect companies, shareholders and employees, communication barriers in time and “decision-making” between varying cultures, wide range of communication abilities and Global Communication and satellite. “… under tremendous economic pressure and Global Communication is no exception” (Scenario, Global Communication, p. 1).
Stakeholder Perspectives/Ethical Dilemmas
Conflict of Interest and ethical dilemmas rise when there are two varying interest at hand. With depreciating stocks of more than 50%, companies and stakeholders are at desperate need for strength and the ability for the persistent competition. Global Communication may assist in increasing profits, cutting costs and implementing a new and successful structure to meet the needs of their cliental. Companies have the social responsibility in protecting...