provides seven cultural intelligence
4.2 Data Lab
4.3 Law Lab
Search & Analysis
brief description is provided below.
provides three forms of bibliographic services:
Works in Print
of research studies and articles will be organized according to
the World Cultural Intelligence Framework (WCIF).
launch, the site provides no annotations of WWW web sites or works in print.
Over time a collection of annotations, currently in legacy format, will be
posted and new ones added.
- 4.1.2 Works in Print
launch, the site provides no bibliography of works in print.
Over time a 7,000+ research bibliography, currently in legacy format,
will be converted and included on the site. All works in print
listed will be classified using WCIF categories.
World-Wide Web Links
links are organized according to the WCIF categories. At launch, site links include only:
additional links will be added for all WCIF categories.
CULTURAL CONTEXT LAB
activity takes place within a cultural context. Examples of
cultural context affecting business affairs include: (i) in a Buddhist
culture a business person from the West should never cross one's legs
revealing the soles of the feet - the sole of the foot is a symbol of
the Buddha; and, (ii) in an Islamic culture a business person from the
West should not offer alcoholic beverages to guests - alcohol is
illegal in many and immoral in all Islamic countries. At
launch, the site provides no additional cultural contextualization
intelligence. Over time additional intelligence will be added.
launch, the site provides no data series. WCIN will, over time, collect,
compile and display comparative trend statistics using WCIF categories. Data
will be developed
and time streamed from existing data sources. Time series will be published on a moving
10-year timeline. Each data series will be described using official manuals. Data description
identity and cultural sovereignty are becoming more important policy
objectives as the economic and political sovereignty of nations is being eroded
on the road to globalization. Erosion of economic and political sovereignty
is the result of membership in regional and global economic and military
alliances, for example, the North American Free Trade Agreement, European Union,
the World Trade Organization and NATO.
WCIN Law Lab will compile, index and title applicable national and international
laws, legislation, regulations, practices and
procedures. They are reported using WCIF categories:
Content & Regulation
Folklore & Native Culture
Investment & Foreign Ownership
Status of the Artist
launch, the site provides links to intellectual property law
(7.2.4) and copyright and related treaties (126.96.36.199).
Compiler Press publications provide a complete collection of all copyright
and related treaties and Canadian
copyright law (3.0).
Complimenting data series and legal compilations,
WCIN generates policy profiles to
contextualize data series. Policy profile information includes:
Policy and program histories
Public record of debate including Parliamentary
Hansard, Congressional Record and
Minutes of Boards, corporate annual reports, etc.
record of decision will be mapped against empirical evidence such as
statistical data series to form a policy profile documenting whether
or not goals and objectives of stated policy were in fact attained. At
launch, the site provides no policy profiles.
RESEARCH & CONSULTANCY
offers research and consultancy (R&C) services to individual and
institutional clients. R&C services are available on
a fee-for-service basis.
WEB SEARCH & ANALYSIS
a specialized R&C service, WCIN conducts web searches and analysis of
sites for individual and institutional clients on a fee-for-service basis.