TMSC International World Management & Leadership: Types of Power of Planet Earth

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There are two types of power, hard power and soft power.

Hard Power is considered:

  • Threat,
  • armed forces,
  • economic pressure or sanctions,
  • assassinations and
  • other forms of intimidation

Soft Power is defined by Joseph Nye and includes:

  • Debates on cultural values,
  • dialogues on ideology,
  • the attempt to influence through good example and
  • appeal of commonly accepted human values.

A Power’s type of force or influence can be:

  1. Global Power,
  2. Major Power  or 
  3. Middle Power.

Charles W. Freeman, Jr. states that power is a capacity to direct the decisions & actions of others. The names of the powers that are defined by capacity are:

  1. Super Power-Great Power+Mobility of Power,
  2. Great Power-Strong political, cultural, & economic influence,
  3. Regional Power-exercise influence within Region, and
  4. Middle Power-second tier influence.

TMSC International World Management & Leadership: The World Powers of Planet Earth

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What is “Power” according to International Relations? According to International Relations, Power is defined by:

  1. Power is a goal,
  2. The Power to influence and control can be and is measured,
  3. The Power has had victory in conflict,
  4. The Power has attainment of security, and
  5. The Power to control resources and capabilities.

Look at the world as an organization. The organizational leadership of the world includes “degrees of world power”. The Degrees of Powers of the world are super, great, regional, and middle. These powers are defined as:

  1. A Super Power has the abilities of a Great Power plus a great power of mobility of the power.
  2. A Great Power has strong political, cultural, and economic influence across the world (1st tier).
  3. A Regional Power exercises influence & power within region (1st tier).
  4. A Middle Power is a 2nd tier influential state that could not be defined  as a great power.

International Relations identifies——-

The Super Powers:

  • The British Empire
  • The Soviet Union
  • The United States
  • Vatican City

The Great Powers:

  • China
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Russia
  • United Kingdom

The Regional Powers:

  • South Africa
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Indonesia

TMSC International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s Internet Logistics

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Originally, logistics was a science of movement, supplying, and maintenance of military forces in the field, this includes finances, as well as, distribution. Logistics is also used by organizations to manage the flow of materials.

This military science of procuring, maintaining, and transporting materials, personnel, and facilities is also considered time related positioning of resources.

Like in Logistical Engineering, Internet Logistics is to create “people systems”‘ human resource management, providing manpower——-writing, editing, photography, film making, and systems management personnel for online Internet products and services.

Internet Logistics classifies the Internet’s services in a stellar manner, using spectral characteristics for services, information, online personnel, or products, forming constellations, referring to the grouping of  these stellar services, information, online personnel, or products, in configurations that are known as marketing tools, even though they may not be close to one another, but are of the same kind or of the same size (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usertalk:Tmscott2 [2007]). 

Good Internet Logistics must include:

  • high reliability, availability, and maintainability of——-
  • wireless services, accurate information, the dissimation of information,safety, security, products, and services
  • with precise results of the other requirements as defined for each Internt Logistical project. For example, gathering statistics, Internet polls, surveys, number of response requirements.

The phrase “Internet Logistics” was coined by Tres Mali Scott in early 2011 for TMSC Consulting Services, LLC’s Management & Leadership Division.

Internet Logistics is to:

Manage cost predictions, deterioration, consumption, and future demand of writers, editors, photographers, film makers, topics, wireless services,online systems, personnel, products & services, and the dissimation of information for advertising, articles, products, services, & information.

                                    Tres Mali Scott

 Internet Logistics develops formulas for balancing cost reduction, stablizing deteroration & consumption, predicting & managing future demands for financial success with online professions, fields,or vocations.

 

TMSC International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s International Diplomatic Communication Skills

®TMSC’s International Diplomatic Communication Skills are the first step and a key component in international training and leadership. What countries communicate to one another establishes the relationship and tone of interaction throughout any process, event, or training. The more amiable the countries, the better the relationship and smoother the processes are. ®TMSC’s International Communication Skills:

  1. “What Happened?” Discuss and explain the situation.
  2. What do you thing/feel about the situation?
  3. How does the situation affect your country?
  4. How does the situation effect the international community?
  5. What are the simplest solutions to the problem?
  6. What are the most complex solutions to the problem?*

*The more complex the solution the more likely supervision or limited supervision will occur.

TMSC International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s International Training Key Components

International World Management & Leadership

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How can the U.S. train other countries to self-regulate without them, then attempting hostility toward the U.S.?  Bitting the hand that feeds them. ®TMSC’s International Training Key Components for international training of socio-economic and international decision-making to limit supervision or another country or assist in developing independence are:

  1. Diplomatic communication skills.
  2. Identifing real problems, issues, or crisis.
  3. Developing realistic solutions, plans, & interventions to limit supervision or develop and maintain independence.

International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s International Training Goal

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®TMSC’s International Training Goal: To train other countries in socio-economic and international decision-making to regulate laws and participate in international decision-making (United Nations & NATO).

Background:

The most publicized example of the need for the “Key Components” of ®TMSC’s International Training Goal is the Bush Administration and the Panama Canel. As a world “Super-Power” the United States of America assist the United Nations and has major influence on NATO, resulting in a greater international policing responsiblity. To train other countries ®TMSC’s International Training Process is to:

  1. Identify “What Happened?” List the problem areas for training goals and learning objectives.
  2. Identify the learning methods and activities that best or are most effective in training for the specified area(s).
  3. Identify the learning materials and learning tools that best train or are most effective in training for the specified area(s).
  4. Identify the best or most effective methods of documenting the evidence of learning.
  5. Identify the best or most effective evaluation process that determine the effectiveness of the training-1. The effectiveness of the training, 2. The effectiveness of the: Management, Leadership, Supervision, &/or Administration.

International World Management & Leadership: Why Would We Train Other Countries?

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Why would we train other countries in socio-economic and international decision-making? The U.S. has exported millions of dollars in aid for HIV/AIDS, international hunger, and disaster relief. The U.S.  has also requested of the United Nations, more input from other countries to deal with these international issues. Many of the countries needed to assist in the international decision-making process, need effective tools to make decisions that are valued.

The U.S. must also make agreements, that, to do not violate human rights. The  history of racism in the U.S. shows it is known what you are doing because it was done before.

The reasons for ®TMSC’s International Training Process:

  1. When you disseminate the information you know what they know.
  2. The training country assists in maintaining power and control over the military, socio-economic, and diplomatic decision-making.
  3. This allows the training country to develop a positive relationship and influence on the country being trained.
  4. This allows the training country to reduce the amount of funding and resources & spent on these countries.
  5. This increases the training countries influence on international voting.