Msys 111 revision
Compare and contast RFID tags and bar codes
Radio frequency id technology
Can read rdif tags from a greater distance
Don’t need to be put in a line of sight with the scanner
Can be read at faster rate than bar codes
Contain high levels of security
Traditional visual representation of data.
Much smaller and lighter than RFID tags therefore easier to use Less expensive
Work with the same accuracy
Key difference is bar codes are the traditional id technology and RDIF tags are the new modern technology
1. How does globalisation 3.0 differ from 1.0 and 2.0
Globalisation 3.0 is the globalization of the individual vs 1.0 which was globalization of the countries in the world and 2.0 which was the globalization of companies across the world. In globalization 3.0 individuals have endless information at their fingertips due to the technology revolution which as result globalises the individual and breaks down the barriers
2. The first 3 flatters are different to the last 7 as they are dates or specific events which happened. The remaining three are modern techniques influenced by the 3 events
3. One implication of triple convergence? One implication of the triple convergence is the new found global workforce introducing many new players.
4. What is one implication of living in a flat world? Job and business competition is steadily increasing due to the world flattening and the barriers are coming down thanks to technology, extending opportunities to further applicants making the world increasingly competitive. A system is a process of how individual parts influence each other as whole. A system must consist of 2 or more parts. Each part affects the behaviour of the whole system. It depends on the interaction of all parts for it to work properly. A car is not the sum of its parts but it is the product of the parts interactions therefore not a system Analysis explains how systems work the way they do (take it apart) Synthesis explains why systems works the way they do (consider the larger system) Examples of systems
Ecological systems, solar systems, information system, supply chain systems Why do we need it?
Previous management thought not covering it, the world’s complexity is increasing and so is the interdependence. Also need for change in destiny of mankind, preserving the world and the environment for the people to come. Principals of Systems
1. The big picture (synthesis and analysis)
2. Short and long term implications
3. Soft indicators (environmental factors – triple bottom line accounting) 4. Systems as a cause
5. Time and Space – unintended consequences
6. Cause vs symptoms (need to address cause not just symptoms) 7. Either or thinkning (being able to see things from different perspectives) Analysis thinking is the way of looking at how something happened or is, breaking it down into parts and examining it. Synthesis thinking is looking at why something happened or is and looking at the overall larger system 3 of the 7 principals – discuss, explain and illustrate
1. Soft indicators principal relates to the environmental factors to be considered. 2. Time and space principal can be described as unintended consequences on decisions. An example of that could be – new technology being developed for example modern day key boards an upgrade from olden day type writers, enable users to type much faster and more efficiently. The unintended consequence of this is it can cause arthritis in the wrists and RSI. 3. Cause vs symptoms principal is based upon the beliefs of treating the symptoms is not enough we need to address and stop the cause. An example of this is HIV in Africa, treating the sick is not enough, the cause of HIV needs to be addressed and resolved, eg better health care, education on the disease and its cause so people understand how to stop it. 4. The principal of either or thinking relates to the ability...
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