Global Learning Adventures are lessons learned while traveling to different countries. More than 40 countries and 40 years of Global Learning opportunities are used to enhance International Management and Technology Management Courses. Our Travel Lessons include topics in strategic management, global engagement, leadership, systems, cultures, politics, economies, projects, education, and the environment. This overview integrates all the areas that are covered in other Global Learning Adventures videos. The more we travel, the more we learn, the more we share, and the more we teach.
Summer term is winding down and it is time to extract the lessons we are going to carry to next term. Change Management continued as one of our main topics. We have to plan for changes based on our priorities, values, and beliefs. We have to be ready for unexpected changes that can impact our personal and professional life. Our actions, talks, and thoughts should be an example to others in our circles of influence. We live in one globe that we have to protect. We should embrace sustainability actions to build a better world. The UN Sustainable Development Goals are a good set of global goals to add our contribution and make it happen. The more we travel, the more we learn about others. Share your learning experiences and influence others to know more our planet.
During Summer 2019 more than 40,000 Scouts from more than 150 countries attended the 24th World Scout Jamboree in the USA. Former UN Secretary General and Scouter from Korea Ban Ki-moon challenged Scouts to be Global citizens, be champions of the Sustainable Development Goals, and be agents of climate change. We want to combine his recommendations with our lessons in our courses. We continue enhancing our formal and non-formal educational methods to improve higher education management programs. Our digital leaders of the future are already leading their youth groups in their countries. Be prepared.
In the near future 5G Networks are expected to be bring new innovations in the technological, economic, societal and environmental perspectives. The promise is to have better performance in terms of latency, reliability, energy efficiency, wireless broadband capacity, elasticity, and more. New applications in automated vehicles, robotics, and e-health are some of the areas where industries will see big changes.
Discussion: Search for benefits of 5G Networks as they relate to your workplace. How these 5G technologies can improve your industry or area of work?
ITINET was an online service in the early 90s that evolved from DELPHI in Spanish. This presentation was made in 1996 to be used in several seminars and conferences related to the Hispanic market. This is one of our Internet CyberChronicles. #ITINET #InternetCyberChronicles #CyberChronicles #DELPHI #RedDeLasAmericas #InfoAmericas #NetworkOfTheAmericas
#InternetChronicles 1995 ==> ITINET launches Spanish graphical interface.
The global goals we’ve made progress on and the ones we haven’t | Michael Green TED Ed Lesson Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche using TED-Ed’s Lesson Creator Video from TED Radio Hour YouTube Channel.
Big Data and Information Overload are tied together. Valuable information is key and excess of data can create a big issue. Why?
Here is a cartoon I drew years ago to illustrate this issue. What do you think? How do you handle information overload?