Helping Students discover & Learn - Business & Management

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While this slogan takes us to the heart of what society has expected from its teachers for centuries, However The World Has Changed

We must understand that the development of “Human Capital” is the real source of prosperity, and different societies are being stressed in similar ways by increased demands on “Human Capital”.
We have moved into a more demanding cognitive age, compelling people to become better at Absorbing, Processing and Combining information. Emphasis and focus should be on the processes that Foster Learning - Psychology, Culture and Pedagogy.
Today young people need more Innovative Thinking Skills, Cultural Awareness, Higher-order Cognitive Skills, Sophisticated Communication & Collaboration Skills than ever before.

Transformation is Happening - CAN TEACHERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

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  2. 2. IF YOU CAN READ THIS THANK A TEACHER WHILE THIS SLOGAN TAKES US TO THE HEART OF WHAT SOCIETY HAS EXPECTED FROM ITS TEACHERS FOR CENTURIES, HOWEVER THE WORLD HAS CHANGED WE MUST UNDERSTAND THAT WE HAVE MOVED INTO A MORE TODAY YOUNG PEOPLE NEED THE DEVELOPMENT OF “HUMAN DEMANDING COGNITIVE AGE, MORE INNOVATIVE THINKING COMPELLING PEOPLE TO BECOME CAPITAL” IS THE REAL SOURCE BETTER AT ABSORBING, SKILLS, CULTURAL AWARENESS, OF PROSPERITY, AND PROCESSING AND COMBINING HIGHER-ORDER COGNITIVE DIFFERENT SOCIETIES ARE INFORMATION. EMPHASIS AND SKILLS, SOPHISTICATED FOCUS SHOULD BE ON THE BEING STRESSED IN SIMILAR PROCESSES THAT FOSTER COMMUNICATION & WAYS BY INCREASED DEMANDS LEARNING - PSYCHOLOGY, COLLABORATION SKILLS THAN ON “HUMAN CAPITAL”. CULTURE AND PEDAGOGY. EVER BEFORE. TRANSFORMATION CAN TEACHERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE! IS HAPPENING
  3. 3. 1 CHANGING WORLD – CHALLENGING TIME 2 RETHINK EDUCATION 3 WHY ME 4 TEACHING 5 ABOUT ME
  4. 4. BUSINESS HAS STUDENT HAS THE CHANGED(?) CHANGED(?) CHALLENGE • Technology •Increased •What Content & Disruption Competition Tools (Curriculum, • Services •Demand of New Experience, Media, Revolution Capabilities & Skills Pedagogy) should •Opening up of New be considered in the • Open Innovation Networks Sectors & development of Segments, Even programs to prepare • Knowledge New Industries LEADERS & MANAGERS Economy of the Businesses in •Access to Improved • Globalization Tools and Real- 21ST CENTURY? Time Information
  5. 5. WIRELESS SOLUTIONS OPEN STANDARDS / OPEN SOURCE Mobile Computing, Ubiquitous Access Higher Ed leading the way, K-12 is to the Internet, Web Services, VoIP fast-follower BUDGET PRESSURES EMERGING T C N L GE E H OO I S CONSUMERISM & COMPETITION Addressing more challenges Focus on Student Services, with less resources differentiating and competing INDUSTRY SOCIETAL TRENDS ADAPTATION INFRASTRUCTURE Institutional, country and NEW LIFE LONG LEARNING global Learning infrastructure MARKETS Pressure on Education to GOVERNM transform and integrate end- & ENT to-end OFFERINGS INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION PROCESS TRANSFORMATIOn EMERGING REGIONS Critical to national Effective and efficient Country-level focus on competitiveness administration Education
  6. 6. From the parents to the state to the individual and RESPONSIBILITY parents. From practical skills to basic skills and disciplinary CONTENT knowledge to generic skills and learning to learn. PEDAGOGY From apprenticeship to didacticism to interaction. From observation to testing to embedded ASSESSMENT assessment. Centered in the home vs. centered in the school vs. LOCATION centered in multiple venues. From adult culture to peer culture to mixed-age CULTURE culture. From personal bonds to authority figures to RELATIONSHIPS computer-mediated interaction.
  7. 7. GLOBALLY US$30 BILLION IS SPENT ON UNIVERSITY-LEVEL BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT EDUCATION ANNUALLY. FOCUS ON TEACHER FOCUS ON STUDENT TRADITIONAL MODERN INVENTION INNOVATION INDIVIDUAL TEAMS FUNCTIONS PROCESSES CONTROL EMPOWERMENT LOCAL GLOBAL LOYALTY TO ORGANIZATION LOYALTY TO PROFESSION EVALUATION VALUE-ADDITION INSTRUCT FACILITATE EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYABILITY COMPETITION COLLABORATION LECTURE ACTIVITY BOOKS MULTIPLE MEDIA RIGID OPEN & FLEXIBLE SINCERITY CAPABILITY
  8. 8. SATISFACTION OF STUDENTS BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT EDUCATION 7% 1% 18% 28% 46% India – University Level Business Education, 2007-08 TOTALLY DIS-SATISFIED NOT SATISFIED SOME WHAT SATISFIED SATISFIED VERY SATISFIED
  9. 9. REASONS SATISFACTION/DIS-SATISFACTION 8% 3% 2% 8% 1% 10% 18% 1% 32% India – University Level Business Education, 2007-08 Admissions Process Career Services Curriculum Faculty Program Management Student Services Affiliation /Accreditation Fellow Students Others
  10. 10. A GENERATION WHICH IS TECH SAVVY ALWAYS TRANSFORMED •Comfortable in Adopting CONNECTED MINDSET & VALUES New Technologies •Materialistic Inclination •Shaped by Technology •Both in Real World and Virtual World •Practical in Approach Changes •Collaborate Extensively •Likes to Do things they •Experts in Multitasking Like SELF-CENTERED TAKE DECISIONS •Seek Attention OPEN TO CHANGES •Very Ambitious •Mostly by Consensus •Short Attention Spans •Risk Takers •Influenced by Peers Not •Always Want Best for Celebrities Themselves CULTURE POWERED BY IDEAS AND NEEDS
  11. 11. YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW MEANINGFUL WITH SENSE SUSTAINABILITY & WORK TO LIVE OF COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY • Organization • Organization • Organization • Hierarchical Structure • Flexible Structure • Flat Structure • Rooted Workforce • Mobile Workforce • Global Workforce • Employees • Employees • Employees • 20-year Long Service • 2-4 Years Long Service • < 2 Years Long Service • Work Hard - Long • Work Smart – Achieve • Work Creatively – Hours More Generate Value • Against Change? • Change Expected Not • Change Makes Work • Work Culture Liked Interesting • Person Driven • Work Culture • Work Culture • Function/Geography • Process Driven • Result Driven Based Units • Project/Expertise • Fluid/Flexible Units • Task Based Activity Based Units • Collaborative Activity • Low Technology • Domain Based Activity • Technology Centric Adoption • Technology Intensive • Focus • Focus • Focus • Safeguard Interest of • Safeguard Interest of • Safeguard Interest of All (Community) Organization, Profits All Stake Holders, • Innovation • Productivity Value • Efficiency
  12. 12. LEARNING & INNOVATION SKILLS •Critical-thinking and problem-solving skills •Communication and collaboration to learn new competencies or improve existing •Creativity & Innovation – Out of the Box thinking, Seeing and Applying new perspective to existing issues •Contextual learning and gaining new knowledge from experiences GLOBAL FINANCIAL & BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENTAL & AWARENESS ECONOMIC ENTREPRENEURIAL CIVIC LITERACY LITERACY LITERACY STANDARDS CURRICULUM PROFESSIONAL LEARNING DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT
  13. 13. THE PRINCIPLES FOR RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION (PRME) IS A GLOBAL CALL, A GLOBAL FRAMEWORK AND A GLOBAL NETWORK. IT AIMS TO INSPIRE AND CHAMPION RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND THOUGHT LEADERSHIP GLOBALLY, INSPIRED BY THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT INITIATIVE. PRINCIPLE1: PURPOSE •Develop business & society, to work forgenerators ofglobal economy. value for capabilities of students, future an inclusive sustainable •Incorporate into academic activities and curricula the values of PRINCIPLE2: VALUES global social responsibility. •Create educational framework, material, and environment that PRINCIPLE3: METHOD enable effective learning experiences for responsible leadership. PRINCIPLE4: RESEARCH •Engage in research that advances understanding about the role and impact of corporations in the creation of sustainable value. •Interact with managers of corporations to share knowledge of PRINCIPLE5: PARTNERSHIP challenges in meeting social & environmental responsibilities. PRINCIPLE6: DIALOGUE •Facilitate dialogue among educators, businesses, government, people, NGOs and other stakeholders on key sustainability issues.
  14. 14. Today's students think and THINKING Today‟s students live and process information differently learn in a world of massive from their predecessors as a INSIDE THE BOX information-overload. result of fast evolving • They desperately need an technological environment and education in how to manage the sheer volume of interaction CRITICAL THINKING and make sense of with it. information and filter it • These differences go far further OUTSIDE THE BOX intelligently and bring and deeper than most educators different aspects together in suspect or realize. meaningful ways. REFRACTIVE THINKING Today‟s students are no Today‟s students in rapidly longer the people our BUILD A NEW BOX globalizing world have wide educational system was range of diversity based on designed to teach. THE REVOLUTION IN social, economic, cultural, • The Innovation economy is bring EDUCATION WILL Gender, linguistic, political sweeping global change that START IN THE HEARTS OF and religious parameters. affects everyone including students and teachers. Those • As well as due to different who embrace innovation and TEACHERS capabilities and experiences adapt quickly will win. they had in their lives. & STUDENTS
  15. 15. EQUIP STUDENTS FOR A COMPETITIVE & RAPIDLY HARNESSING CHANGING WORLD Prepare them for Changing Demands of „New Jobs‟ NEW AND a „Fluid Employment Market ‟ and EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES Empower them with capabilities to Learn and Un- PEDAGOGY – PROCESSES, DOMAINS AND in lifetime Learn, they are likely to have different jobs INNOVATION Nurture Generic Skills & Competencies SKILLED TEACHERS, TRAINERS AND COACHES •Functional Skills • Communication, Persona Development, Operations, Finance, Trade & Commerce, Strategy, Analysis, Business Practices, Computing, People & General Management, etc. POWER OF •Employability Skills COLLABORATION • Technology Management, Planning, Marketing, Media Management, etc. •Citizenship Skill • Social Responsibilities, Sustainability, EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF PEnvironment Friendliness, etc. EANS •Learning and Thinking Skills SYCHOLOGICAL M • Observation, Innovation, Creativity, Adaptation, Trend Spotting, Futurism
  16. 16. USING TECHNOLOGY SUCCESSFULLY IN THE CLASSROOM IS A MINDSET NOT A SKILL-SET KEEP UPDATED ABOUT NEW TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS AND INNOVATIVELY APPLY THEM TO ENHANCE “IMPACT OF TEACHING”
  17. 17. BEFORE WE BEFORE WE BEFORE WE BEFORE WE CAN CREATE CAN CAN APPLY BEFORE WE CAN WE MUST HAVE UNDERSTAND THE ANALYSE IT EVALUATE REMEMBERED, A CONCEPT CONCEPT WE MUST BE ITS IMPACT UNDERSTOOD, WE HAVE TO WE MUST ABLE TO WE MUST APPLIED, REMEMBER UNDERSTAND APPLY IT HAVE ANALYZED, IT IT ANALYSED IT AND EVALUATED
  18. 18. • DESIGN, CONSTRUCT, PLAN, PRODUCE, INVENT, CREATE DEVISE, MAKE • CHECK, HYPOTHESIS, CRITIQUE, EXPERIMENT, EVALUATE JUDGE, TEST, DETECT, MONITOR • COMPARE, ORGANIZE, DECONSTRUCT, ANALYZE ATTRIBUTE, OUTLINE, FIND, STRUCTURE, INTEGRATE • IMPLEMENT, CARRY OUT, US, APPLY EXECUTE • INTERPRET, SUMMARIZE, INFER, UNDERSTAND PARAPHRASE, CLASSIFY, COMPARE, EXPLAIN, EXEMPLIFY • RECOGNIZE, LIST, DESCRIBE, REMEMBER IDENTIFY, RETRIEVE, NAME, LOCATE, FIND
  19. 19. REVISED BLOOM'S TAXONOMY
  20. 20. COUNSELLING PARENTING MENTORING PARTNERING TEACHING CONSULTING COACHING TRAINING MOTIVATING
  21. 21. COORDINATION COOPERATION COLLABORATION • The harmonious functioning • To act together or in • To work together jointly, of parts for effective results compliance for mutual especially in an intellectual benefit endeavor •FREQUENT & CONSISTENT •REGULAR COLLABORATIVE PLANNING, COLLABORATIVE LEARNING & ASSESSMENT: PLANNING,LEARNING& •Teacher, Students and ASSESSMENT Facilitator work as full FULL COLLAB •Teacher, Students and PART COLLAB Facilitator request or give partners in the planning, learning and assessment assistance in planning, process. learning and assessment CONSISTENT as needed. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT •OCCASIONAL •OCCASIONAL CONVERSATIONS COLLABORATIVE PLANNING, •Teacher, Students and MENTORING COACHING LEARNING&ASSESSMENT Facilitator give helpful •Teacher, Students and advice and tips to each Facilitator work with each other as s/he tackles new other occasionally to plan projects at their own pace. and implement projects.
  22. 22. COLLEAGUES MULTIMEDIA COMMUNITY RESOURCES MEDIA PRINT SHARING RESOURCES SOCIAL CONFERENCES NETWORK WELL CONNECTED EDUCATIONIST MICRO-BLOG CURRICULUM SOCIAL PODCASTS BOOKMARKIN G TELE- WIKIS PRESENCE BLOGS
  23. 23. DISCIPLINED SYNTHESIZING MASTERY OF KEY SUBJECTS ARRAYING INFORMATION TO WITH FOCUS & COMMITMENT MAKE SENSE RESPECTFUL ETHICAL SEEKING TO UNDERSTAND STRIVING TOWARD GOOD WORK DIFFERENCES AND GOOD CITIZENSHIP CREATING BEYOND EXISTING KNOWLEDGE AND SYNTHESES TO POSE NEW QUESTIONS
  24. 24. THE ADAPTOR THE VISIONARY A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE THE COLLABORATOR FUTURIST WITH THE RISK-TAKER THE LEARNER THE COMMUNICATOR THE LEADER
  25. 25. NEW TOOL • HUMAN BRAIN NEW CEO • ENABLING CREATIVITY AND SHARING NEW MANAGEMENT • HUMAN-CENTRED NEW VALUE PROCESS • ADDING KNOWLEDGE TO KNOWLEDGE NEW TRADE • FROM FREE TRADE TO FREE SHARING NEW MEASUREMENTS • QUALITATIVE OR INTANGIBLES NEW STRATEGY • COLLABORATION: WIN-WIN NOT WIN-LOOSE NEW PROGRESS • QUALITATIVE, SUSTAINABLE, SOCIAL NEW IPR • OPEN SOURCE NEW FOCUS • BEYOND PYRAMIDS TOWARDS NETWORKS NEW CAPITAL • HUMAN CAPITAL = CULTURAL CAPITAL + GENDER CAPITAL
  26. 26. I always try to unlock a student‟s potential to maximize his or her own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them. I strive to act as a transport for a valued student, taking them from where they are to where they want to be. I use a process of inquiry and personal discovery to build the student‟s level of awareness and responsibility and provides them with structure, support, and feedback. I create an ongoing relationship which focuses on the student taking action toward the realization of their vision, goals, or desires. I engage students in learning arrangements that enable them to develop new skills and gain new knowledge. I am a trusted, adviser, friend, or guide working with emerging human & societal forces to tap new energy & purpose, shaping new vision to generate desired results. I have 100% devotion and passion to guide students into increased competence, commitment and confidence. I adopt methods which are student-centered, collaborative and egalitarian. I have a excellent balance of science (analysis), craft (experience), art (vision) and Ability to Learn Faster Than the Opposition (Competitive Intelligence).
  27. 27. CONNECTEDNESS • Ability to identify key stakeholders that have an influence on business success HAVING THE SKILLS TO • Ability to engage in effective dialogue with a wide variety of organizational stakeholders IDENTIFY ACTORS, • Ability to build effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders ENGAGE AND BUILD • Ability to engage and contribute to public policy • Ability to translate learning from relationships EFFECTIVE • Understanding the business value of diversity, anticipate and respond to change RELATIONSHIPS WITH • Understanding the impacts business activities have on stakeholders NEW KINDS OF • Awareness of the perceptions of other people about the way you interact with others EXTERNAL PARTNERS • Ability to make decisions when faced with considerable complexity and ambiguity COMPLEXITY • Ability to understand the interdependency of actions and the implications of decisions HAVING THE SKILLS TO •• Ability to learn from mistakes Ability to be flexible and responsive in the face of change SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN • Ability to find creative, innovative and original ways of solving problems SITUATIONS OF LOW • Ability to anticipate the potential global implications that local level events might have CERTAINTY AND LOW • Ability to balance shorter- and longer-term considerations AGREEMENT • Understanding that decisions are not always driven by rational analysis • Understanding the ethical basis upon which business decisions are being made • Ability to align social and environmental objectives with business goals CONTEXT • Ability to factor into strategic decision-making broad social and environmental trends HAVING THE SKILLS TO • • Ability to articulate the business rationale for pursuing objectives Ability to use scenario building, horizon scanning and risk management tools UNDERSTAND AND • Ability to factor consumer opinion & attitudes into brand and product development RESPOND TO CHANGES • Understanding corporate governance frameworks IN THE EXTERNAL • Understanding the business risks & opportunities ENVIRONMENT • Understanding how competition is responding to risks & opportunities • Understanding the implications of events or activities on organization and industry
  28. 28. ADD NEW MORE RELEVANT AREAS OF LEARNING TO PREPARE FUTURE LEADERS AND MANAGERS. APPLY AND INTRODUCE BEST PRACTICES IN EXISTING CURRICULUM AND COURSES. ADOPT BETTER METHOD OF PEDAGOGY TO IMPART MARKET CENTRIC COMPETENCIES AND SKILLSET WHILE PROVIDING STUDENT CENTRIC LEARNING. ACCESS INSIGHTS FROM THE PRACTICAL BUSINESS LEADER, BEEN THERE HAVE DONE THAT. ALIGN MARKET FORCES WITH INSTITUTIONAL KNOW-HOW.
  29. 29. PERSONAL MANAGEMENT 21ST CENTURY DEVELOPMENT TOPICS THEME •LEARNING SKILLS •BUSINESS PLANNING •INNOVATION MANAGEMENT •PRODUCTIVITY SKILLS •STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT •DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT •INTERPERSONAL SKILLS •MARKETING MANAGEMENT •GREEN TECHNOLOGY & •PRESENTATION SKILLS •OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT •COMMUNICATION SKILLS •INTL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT •GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS •ORGANIZING SKILLS •TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT •SUSTAINABILITY & SOCIAL •SOFT SKILLS •MANAGEMENT INFORMATION & RESPONSIBILITY •PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS CONTROL SYSTEMS •CHANGE MANAGEMENT •LEADERSHIP SKILLS •MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS •COLLABORATION & SOCIAL •THINKING SKILLS •ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT MEDIA •TECHNOLOGY USE •SECTOR STUDY – TELECOM, •GLOBALIZATION STRATEGY •TEAM WORKING SKILLS MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY, •KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT •ANALYTICAL SKILLS EDUCATION, MANAGEMENT •SOCIAL CAPITAL •PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTING, ENERGY •FUTURE MANAGEMENT
  30. 30. IT IS THE PERVASIVENESS OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICE, RATHER THAN ITS EXCLUSIVITY, THAT MAKES QUALITY BUSINESS EDUCATORS SO VITAL TO INDIVIDUALS, ORGANIZATIONS, AND SOCIETIES AROUND THE WORLD. ONSITE REMOTE OUTDOOR MULTI DAY TRAINING CONTENT IDEATION • Periodic • Periodic • Newsletters • Continuous • Random • Handbooks WORKSHOPS • Journals • Full Day • Case Studies REVIEWS • Half Day • Assignments SESSION VIRTUAL • Conference • Webinars & Video GROUP WORK • Seminar Conferences • Presentations & Web Casts • Q&As & Tele-Consultations MENTORING • Panel Discussions & Chats FIELD WORK
  31. 31. COLLECT ASSIGNMENTS ESTABLISH TIMELINE & BRAINSTORM RESEARCH SCHEDULE IT ORGANIZE & SHARE BUILD PRESENTATIONS OR CREATE SCRIPT & OTHER DEVELOP OUTLINE MATERIAL MULTIMEDIA COURSE MATERIALS SEND MATERIAL TO MAKE REVISIONS IF REHEARSE AND THEN… SEND FEEDBACK TO ACADEMIC MANAGER OR NEEDED ACADEMIC MANAGER PEARS FOR REVIEW Deliver! Forms & Emails
  32. 32. BUSINESS STRATEGIST RESEARCH MARKETING PROFESSIONAL INNOVATOR SEASONED SOCIAL MEDIA EXECUTIVE ACTIVIST FOCUSED TO CORPORATE MAKE A TECHNOLOGY TRAINER POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION TO THE EXPERT WORLD KNOWLEDGE WIRELESS PRENEUR EVANGELIST THOUGHT PASSIONATE LEADER AUTHOR GLOBAL SPEAKER
  33. 33. FORMAL EDUCATION ENGINEERING BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY {ELECTRONICS} {STRATEGY} {IT} EMPANELLED WITH WBG ADB AfDB ITU UNDP CTO WTO EU AFFILIATED TO IEEE ICS IMC SIL GLG • Ezi Ventures • CEO, Since Dec 2009 REGULARLY DELIVER LECTURES INDIA IIT IIM IPH INFINIUM S. KOREA KITA • Business Head, Aug 08 - Dec 09 MALAYSIA IBBM RESOURCE4BUSINESS PROFILED BY ITU IN THEIR • Chief Consultant, Oct 05 - Aug 08 WHO‟S WHO LIST FOR 2005 KENYA KPSA AND 2006 AS INTERNATIONAL MIDAS COMMUNICATION ICT VISIONARY. • AVP, Jan 04 - Sep 05 THE ECONOMIST CONFERRED TATA HONEYWELL “CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT” • Head - Line of Business, Jan 01 - Jan 04 FOR GREAT CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF INDIA LANDSCAPE. • Chief Manager, Jan1999 - Jan 2001
  34. 34. INTERPERSONAL LEADERSHIP INTEGRITY COURAGE OBJECTIVITY KNOWLEDGE SKILLS QUALITY PROBLEM COMMUNICATION PRAGMATISM AMBITION JUDGMENT MATURITY SOLVER CAPABILITY PROFESSIONAL WELL SELF- INTELLECTUAL NETWORK CREATIVE ETIQUETTE GROOMED CONFIDENCE COMPETENCE PLEASANT BALANCED STRUCTURED CREDIBLE EXTROVERT COMPASSION PERSONALITY ACTIONS THINKING SHARP METHODIC INNOVATIVE IMAGINATIVE MOTIVATED ETHICAL ACUMEN
  35. 35. A TO Z OF WIMAX - THE BUSINESS BUSINESS WIMAX - THE TAKING OF WIMAX INTELLIGENCE COMPLETE WIRELESS TO •June 2006 FOR TELECOM •John Wiley & Sons REFERENCE THE MAX •ISBN: •November 2006 •April 2007 •June 2006 •CRC Press •9780470026915 •Series: Informa •Resource4Business •CRC Press Telecoms & Media •ISBN: •Series: Informa •ISBN: •9788190432603 Telecoms & Media •ISBN: •9780849387920 • 9780849371868
  36. 36. FUTURE OF SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE • April 2008 • Resource4Business OUTLOOK 2009 TO 2015 FUTURE OF TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES • April 2008 • Resource4Business OUTLOOK 2009 TO 2015 FUTURE OF WIRELESS BROADBAND ACCESS • April 2008 • Resource4Business OUTLOOK 2009 TO 2015 FUTURE OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS • April 2008 • Resource4Business OUTLOOK 2009 TO 2015
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