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Technology is the greatest asset for any organization to connect, conduct business and expand in a Global Economy.

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  1. 1. Futures TechnologyImpact on Organizations in a Global Environment
  2. 2. Technology is the greatest asset forany organization to connect,conduct business and expand in aGlobal Economy.
  3. 3. Futures Technology has to do with howorganizations will use future technologyto enhance their work to remaincompetitive and relevant in the globalmarket.
  4. 4. Futures TechnologyEducationHealth and ScienceTele-communications
  5. 5. EducationThe main hope of a nationlies in the proper education ofits youths.” – Erasmus
  6. 6. Education
  7. 7. Education
  8. 8. Health and Sciences
  9. 9. Health and SciencesThe speed of wirelesscommunication technology on3G and 4G networks and thewidespread adoption and useof iOS equipped smart phones(AppleInc., Cupertino, CA, USA)provide the infrastructure forthe transmission of wirelessbiomedical data.
  10. 10. Health and Science
  11. 11. Questions
  12. 12. Implications forLeadership Policy & PlanningA. Education  Transformational Leadership  Training  FundingB. Health and Science  Integration  Training Patients  Compensation PackagesC. Tele-communications  Legislation  Regulation  Collaboration and Cooperation
  13. 13. IMPLICATIONS FOREDUCATIONWhether the promised benefits oftechnology can be realized in a schoolenvironment depends on whether teacherswill accept the technology and integrate itinto classroom practice. Rather thanstarting from a position of “teacher knowsbest”, they should work collaboratively withchildren and young people.
  14. 14. IMPLICATIONS FORHEALTH & SCIENCEIf individuals decide to purchase newtechnologies on their own and recordsomething, how will they get the data to aphysician and what will be the mechanismfor reimbursement to the physician forreviewing and discussing the data? Theseare the key components that will requirenew strategies for the many unique andnew medical applications available toindividuals now and in the future.
  15. 15. IMPLICATIONS FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONSInformation and CommunicationTechnologies (ICTs) can no longer besimply understood as technologytools, but as an essential ingredientand key strategic component ofsocial and economic development– Dr. Hamadoun Touré
  16. 16. LEADERS MUST ACT NOW 1. Assess IT Needs
  17. 17. LEADERS MUST ACT NOW 2. Create Buy-in
  18. 18. LEADERS MUST ACT NOW 3. Create a Learning Culture
  19. 19. LEADERS MUST ACT NOW 4. Budget for New Technologies
  20. 20. CONCLUSIONFutures Technology ismore real today than everbefore because of theglobal economy in whichwe conduct business.Your organization must beon the cutting edge toremain competitive andrelevant in this era.
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