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2012: Accounting, Finances, Business Analysis, and Adam Smith [Kindle Edition]

B. David Ferrel

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The move from a mechanized and industrialized culture to a digital society has fundamentally modified what we consider these key-phrases: occupation, employment, profession, career, assignment, and vocation. What’s nice, of course, is that advancement and promotional encouragement is much more easily attainable, and will continue to increase as the world’s economy strengthens from quite a low that we all currently have. This loss of revenue we are now recovering from and facing will be compensated soon enough.

Salaries within any sector do not fluctuate too greatly, and there is always safety to be found in numbers (that is, numbers of additional operative employees within any workforce). Therefore, the self-confidence and composure that comes from this assurance instills a sense of serenity and calmness that is inductive to production and progress. Several traditional work ethics and procedures have become entirely unidentifiable to young people entering the workforce of today. In fact, even folks resuming employment after some time off, even a few years, must learn an entirely new code of principles and behaviors.

Reasons People Change:
This rapidly advancing technological world seems too rapid and instant to keep track of what has become outdated and discontinued. Everything that was understood as recently developed or modern as recently as three to five years ago is now considered unfashionable, behind the times, old hat, antiquated, square, passe, or outdated. What’s more, all the most recent technology that we know as of today will be outdated within three to five years from now. Contemporary, modern, and cutting-edge fits the lingo of the 21st century.
Benefits of Autonomy and Self-Reliance

Our perception of loyalty and commitment has shifted and is shifting. The prolific and energetic focus is now placed on the self, as opposed to solely appeasing the supervisor in charge at the moment. Employment issues will be more focused inward, therefore, and the person who made any error will the only one accountable. Thus, if the mistake is not fixed, then that individual will face the heat as opposed to sneaking around and desperately being able to search for someone else to blame. This sensational pace of change is being catapulted by technological innovation and it offers exhilarating opportunities and stimulating options for conglomerates, corporations, and individuals to make working life more satisfactory, serene, untroubled, and expeditious.
Self-Determination

The truly difficult task that we all must face to get beyond this great slump, and within the entire world (though some places much more worse off than others), is to manage the change effectively and principled. By principled, though, managers as well as individual employees must maintain and advocate a strong sense of morals and ethical upstanding, but also the ability to change with the times. That will be one of the biggest shifts.

By far the most beneficial and productive element of this technological age that brings humanity to take part in, and is therefore crucial to consider in terms of information technologies, is the process of self-determination. Acknowledging and adapting an aptitude toward this state of life-long-learning has become and will continue to be essential. This recognition will continue to be the most integral part of corporate culture. Training is nonstop, and that is a bonus. To reap the most favorable benefits and the full potential of leading technologies, personnel will exist in a state of perpetual training. Thus, life will only continue to become faster paced. Rather than accepting that as overwhelming or frightening or out of control, humanity must embrace it for the benefits.
For one, we will be working intellectually smarter, and not physically harder. This will draw a more strengthened state of generalized consciousness and further human evolution...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 104 KB
  • Print Length: 54 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: B. David Ferrel (May 3 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0080BWMMA
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