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new enabling industries will be created and others, mainly in professional services fields, will have to significantly change their business models. The roles of the CEO and the Board of Directors will surely change as well. How will these trends change the world we ll be working in by 2010 Consider some potential new players and new roles for current players. Outsourcing Companies. When Sara Lee announced a few years ago that it was outsourcing the manufacturing of many of its products, it shocked the industry. But in 2010, this will be the norm, at least for companies in Stage 3 and 4 industries. Whole new industries focused on outsourcing manufacturing, product distribution, lending or claims processes, retail branch banking, or automotive warranty administration could all be possible as Stage 3 and 4 companies focus on the true strategic differentiators and outsource their remaining processes. As another group of A.T. Kearney authors explain in their book, Rebuilding the Corporate Genome, leading companies are dissecting their companies into tiny pieces and creating new and innovative ways to make the most of their best assets. The authors liken this process to rebuilding the corporate genome because of the similarities we see between a corporate capability (a single element of a value chain, like manufacturing, branding or purchasing) and a human gene. 5 Taking this a step further, companies might even outsource certain parts of their line management ranks to management consulting firms to be better positioned to manage complexity, shift resources, and adjust capacity quickly and ensure continual innovation capabilities. Or they might outsource the post-merger integration of new acquisitions. As a result of an even greater volume of merger activity, they might shift the risk and burden of post-merger integration onto investment banks, rather than assuming the risk themselves in effect, outsourcing this important business process. New Financial Scorekeepers. As mergers become even more predictable, commonplace, and embedded as a competitive strategy, the role of auditors and compensation consultants seems likely to change as well. Taken to an extreme, one could picture an annual
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Figure 9 2. Predominant proximal tubule mechanism for reabsorption of bicarbonate. Hydrogen ions and bicarbonate are produced intracellularly. The hydrogen ions are secreted via an Na-H antiporter (member of the NHE family), while the bicarbonate is transported into the interstitium via an Na-3HCO3 symporter (member of the NBC family). As more sodium enters via the Na-H antiporter than leaves via the Na-3HCO3 symporter, additional sodium is removed via the Na-K-ATPase.
As bandwidth rates across the Web exceed megabit per second speeds, multimedia presentations become more feasible and more available. The standard combination is movies with audio and video. A variety of multimedia tools are currently available for creating these kinds of information. Quicktime, developed by Apple Computers, is one of the oldest multimedia applications. Macromedia and Flash provide other formats. All of these multimedia formats are proprietary, requiring special tools, plug-ins, or extensions to develop and view. RealNetworks, famous for streaming audio (RealAudio) and streaming video (RealVideo) lead the development of Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) as a generic multimedia language. SMIL is an XML-based language that describes media type, intermedia synchronization, and external media location links. SMIL is not a method for creating the multimedia files; it is instead a language for integrating and coordinating multimedia into a coherent presentation. It describes the media data and relationships. In addition, as an XML vocabulary, SMIL can take advantage of XSL, XSLT, XLink, and other XML technologies.
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Local Printer option, select Create A New Port, choose Local Port, type the share name of the printer (\\servername\printername) for the port name, and complete the rest of the wizard. Then print a test page.
You ll notice that the XML document refers to the catalog.dtd. As you ll recall from 3, a DTD file contains the document type definition that defines the markup tags that can be used in the XML document and specifies the parent-child structure of those tags. The XML parser references the DTD when parsing elements of the XML document. Create a DTD for this example. You do this by writing the following information into a file and saving the file as catalog.dtd in the directory that contains the catalog .xml file.
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