Technology, as a generic application to every field of work, has not just become an irresistible force but has also been gaining velocity by elevating the business-performances. The professionals working in an environment lacking technological advances may strongly feel the change, as a professional platform shared with a few technologically-edged professionals makes it a place low at learning and growth. As much it is common in a regular work-schedule to resist to any technological advancement,
QUESTION 1 Describe the geographical location of Dubai. Dubai geographical coordinates: 25 ° 15 '8 "North, 55 ° 16' 48" East Dubai is located in the Persian Gulf, in the northeast of the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is the second largest emirate by area of 3885 square kilometres. However, it will grow to twice the size with the addition of artificial islands Waterfront Three Palms, World, Universe Land Dubai, and the construction in the desert. The time zone of Dubai is four hours ahead of GMT.
As the interdependence between countries and even industries, is growing due to the globalization, and because tourism industry is the widest economic activity in the world with every day five to eight million people travelling internationally (Glaesser, 2012); it is important to understand the future trends and challenge of this particular industry. What will tourists do in 2030, how they will feel, what they will need, who will they be, and how can the field cope with those changing? This are important
approaches that can be taken now before the world becomes a future chaos. This essay will argue that the world needs population control in order to inhabit the earth comfortably. The environment and resource depletion will be the biggest challenge in the future; therefore, approaches that aim to regulate population are most important to meeting these challenges, followed by redistribution of wealth and limiting resource use. This essay will cover the four approaches that can be used in working
(Darling & Heller, 2011, pp. 35-54) For Susan Alderson, Vice President for International Marketing of Innovative Technologies, Inc., headquartered in Chicago, IL, after having been appointed the primary executive on the project for ITI, dealt with major surprise in the negotiation process with managers of the STC which require extreme amount of time and effort in developing