Impact Of Digitalization and the On-Demand Economy On Labor Markets and the Consequences for employment and Industrial Relations M. HALIMABEE S. JAYASHREE M. KOKILA I B.B.A.K.C.S.KASI NADAR COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCE, CHENNAI-21 Abstract Digitalization is transforming business landscapes and the world of work, and redefining the boundaries of production, consumption and distribution. This has created tremendous opportunities, as new products, processes and techniques have emerged, but has also
megatrends of the automotive industry: digitalisation, sustainability and urbanisation. These three objectives surge due to the industry environment. As the main car manufacturers converge in terms of targeted and supplied market segments, their differentiation lies in exploration and exploitation of new technologies and urban development. By such, manufacturers need to get involved in digitisation in order to create a sustainable competitive advantage which will impact and change future urbanisation.
number of the messages has been increasing during the last 30 years. We are living in the middle of information overflow and being bombarded by the messages. For the leaders, the importance to interact in a way that message gets attention and makes an impact is more important than ever. BACKGROUND FROM RESEARCH AND READINGS In communications, the efficiency of the message delivery is highly dependent on selected methodology to deliver messages. The science has helped communicators to understand what
ideas about how the integration should occur. As a result, what often looked like a single, steady process turns out to have been conducted along two, sometimes contradictory tracks. “Globalization must be addressed from extension, intensity, and impact on of all aspects of life”. On one side of the ideological stood the United States. Washington's approach to globalization. U.S made their own rules and has always been skeptical of global rules.However, the United States has offered modest support