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Reconceptualization Of The Reconceptualization of the Virtual Enterprise Concept Dr. Salvador Gilberto Sotres Arevalo Given the advances of information technologies and telecommunications, and particularly the Internet, the concept limited to the decade of the 80 s is obsolete, giving way to a reconceptualization of the concept of "virtual company" in the twenty-first century, as follows: "The virtual enterprise is a software system that operates on the Internet, he can make decisions using algorithms previously designed for the purpose and that with this technology partnership, the concept is intrinsic to an enterprise, which changes the paradigms of organization, work, production, marketing and legal framework. " (Sotres Arevalo, Salvador Gilberto, Dr. - in his work: "The virtual enterprise. A new paradigm in contemporary management - Virtual Administration Theory." Ed Tatevari Ediciones, SA de CV, Mexico, 2007).Although virtualization is the imminent development of the contemporary company of the future. The virtual enterprise is a term that every day becomes more familiar to our senses, through the media and the marketer, but what is really the virtual enterprise To answer this question, we will discuss the contemporary virtual enterprise has its origins from the shamrock organization proposed by Charles Handy in his book "The age of unreason" in 1989, in the states that, "Organizations used to be considered like giant pieces of engineering, with human parts largely interchangeable. We speak of its structures and its systems, inputs and outputs, resource control and administration, as if the total were a large factory. Today day, the language is not engineering but of politics, we speak of cultures and networks of teams and coalitions, of influence or power rather than control.In this regard we note that Handy spoke of a paradigmatic view of current globalization, however, anticipated the need for new forms of business organizations. Handy (1989) defines "shamrock organization"...
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Egyptian Antiquities However, it is possible to study selectively those relevant processes of societies that have shaped human history and beyond today. For purposes of course there will be a thematic rather than chronological, on the cultural legacies of the different human groups, the relationship with the resources and their socio-economic development and the geographical antiquities auction environment where they evolved. In analyzing those legacies that have become basic cultural institutions. II. OBJECTIVES A.General: Develop in students a historical overview and comprehensive in nature and artistic critique of the cultural dynamics of human societies, and the most relevant and invaluable contributions that have become antiquities for sale key institutions for present and future. B. Specific: 1. Study the most important cultural events of world history. 2. Recognize cultural differences and the contributions of different groups of people in the art and the construction of contemporary societies. 3. Develop in students the knowledge of the culture, art, society, civilization and its various concepts and management. 4. Analyzing the artistic as authentic expressions of every age and culture. 5. Understanding the links between art and history with the currents. 6.Develop student-practice methodologies such as research, writing and speaking, interviews, exhibitions, field trips, etc.. III. THEMATIC CONTENT 1. Chapter: Conceptual Framework a. Definition, components and dimensions of culture and art. b. Culture and society. Culture and civilization. Culture and art. c. History, historiography and cultural heritage. d. History and the History of Culture and the Arts. 2. Chapter: Prehistoric Cultures and the Origin of a. The human race and its primary ethnic groups or trunk. b. Theories about the settlement and dispersal of human groups. c. The first primitive cultures: oolitic and Paleolithic. d. The rock art in the Paleolithic and Neolithic, and the origin of the first agrarian societies and urban areas. 3.Chapter: Ancient...

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