Carmen Joham

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This paper is about using technology to help people who share knowledge orally. The objective is to appreciate the social and technical needs of this preference so as to narrow the divide developing between these people and those who earn their living from written knowledge sharing. Writing is not the preferred method of knowledge sharing for the majority(More)
This paper describes a number of issues that have arisen using some of the current methods for forming groups for collaborative group projects and how group interactions and group learning support student progress and development. The use of group projects prepares students for the workplace of tomorrow where they will encounter having to collaborate in(More)
C Co om mp pr re en nd di ie en nd do o N Nu ue es st tr ra as s P Po ol li it ti ic ca as s: : T Th he e N Ne ee ed d f fo or r a an n E Ef ff fe ec ct ti iv ve e C C& &I IT T P Po ol li ic cy y f fo or r a a N Na at ti io on n' 's s D De ev ve el lo op pm me en nt t, , T Th he e V Ve en ne ez zu ue el la an n C Ca as se e Abstract This research explores(More)
This paper will explore the argument that some developing countries, Venezuela in particular, could benefit from a systemic information technology (IT) policy that enhances and improves the processes of a country's socioeconomic development. Furthermore, some of the IT issues surrounding Venezuela's operation in the global arena will be discussed(More)
A number of studies have been conducted for addressing the issues related to cultural diversity of employees working for Multinational Corporations (MNCs) operating in South Asian countries. However, only a few of the studies have looked into the issues related to how culture plays a role in shaping key Human Resource(HR) practices such as: compensation(More)
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