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The acclaimed bestseller that’s teaching the world about the power of mass collaboration.


Translated into more than twenty languages and named one of the best business books of the year by reviewers around the world, Wikinomics has become essential reading for business people everywhere.

It explains how mass collaboration is happening not just at Web sites like Wikipedia and YouTube, but at traditional companies that have embraced technology to breathe new life into their enterprises. This national bestseller reveals the nuances that drive wikinomics, and share fascinating stories of how masses of people both paid and volunteer are now creating TV news stories, sequencing the human gnome, remixing their favorite music, designing software, finding cures for diseases, editing school texts, inventing new cosmetics, and even building motorcycles.

Leia mais Leia menos. Dikinomics Sell Is Human: Don Tapscott and David Ticoll co-founded the business research and consulting firm Digital 4Sight in Both live in Toronto. Detalhes do produto Formato: Expanded 17 de abril de Wiminomics por: Wikino,ics seus pensamentos com outros livo. Tente novamente mais tarde. This is an important book that talks about the potential that global webs of collaboration, global platforms, and global manufacturing plant forms have to unleash creativity and profit.

Here are the pluses and minuses. First, the book is too long.

Second, somewhere along the line Penguin abandoned most uses of the comma. You can see it in most of their recent books, and this is a problem. It makes sentence mechanics less precise and sentences much harder to read.

Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything

Again, a technical editor could go through this book and make it more readable. Third, some sections are unnecessarily dense. Some of the nomanilized wikinnomics ex. Fourth, some sections repeat earlier material ad nauseum. Fifth, the authors bury each chapter thesis at the end of the chapter. If you are writing technical text, please do not do this.


Tell me your thesis up front. Then, I may decide whether or not I want libro wade through your following arguments. Imagine how much easier would our reading lives be if everybody built written arguments like this.

The authors present important thinking on the present transformation of business through interactive communication. People working without global barriers may lead to positive economies of scale, with high levels of wiiknomics never seen before. Despite its density, the points are important. You can knock out the book in a few weeks of casual reading. Yes it is dense, and some sections simply restate earlier material to death, but this may be because we now live in uncharted waters. Maybe some points bear repeating.

My biggest concern is this book does not present a balanced picture. It talks only in glowing, positive terms about the reality of webs of collaboration. It never addresses the negative wi,inomics that result.

And as the late neo-Luddite Neil Postman wrote, every new technology solves old wikinomicss while creating new problems. What new problems will result from all this technology based collaboration?

For example, were all module suppliers for the Boeing able to deliver on their contracts, especially in the wake of our current global economic recession-depression? Wikino,ics bears the costs wikibomics negative externalities?

For example, how much pollution do Boeing’s suppliers create when shipping modules from Australia or Japan to Washington state? Who pays these costs? How much fuel is burned up moving modules from one place to another? Wouldn’t it be less polluting and more efficient for these companies to build plants in Washington state? What are the negative effects of such profound economies of scale EOS during economic downturns, like now? We saw similar EOS almost wipe out whole industries.

Herbert Spencer, the early sociologist, would tell us to ignore it, that it’s a cycle of nature that leads to stronger human institutions. But, it also can and does lead to real wikinomocs suffering. I don’t know about others, but I do not feel consoled by being able to Facebook or Twitter about environmental and human devastation wrought by global EOS.


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Finally, what is the potential for one supplier in a chain of modules to hold out for ransom before delivery? With such a duck soup of global contractual law, I think a very real wikinpmics exists for this. It’s not like you can run down to the Home Depot or the next competitor to replace the module.

Remember, as Tapscott and Williams write that suppliers continually re-engineer the modules. A sponsoring company like Boeing may hold no proprietary rights, or may not have the core information that lets it re-create the module.

This is all dicey to say the lest; yet, none of it is remotely approached in the first edition of the book. If not in the second edition, the third edition must also contain critiques or, minimally, questions about the potential negatives. Here is wkinomics mass collaboration framework presented by Wikinomics in a nutshell: As other reviewers have noted, this is slow and sometimes repetitive read. However, when you step back from it, you observe a nice framework for applying mass collaboration to your existing or future business.

The authors do this deftly through examples that span gold mining to healthcare to social media. This book hammers home a 21st century no-brainer. There are always more smart people outside your enterprise boundaries than there are inside.

InGoldcorp, Inc. There’s a core value here a biblical one for faith-based organizations and churches: It’s time to open up and work together versus holding your wukinomics close to the vest. It’s not your ministry anyway! Read this book and then ask your team these questions: Formas de pagamento aceitas: Habilitado Leitor de tela: Rastreie seus pedidos recentes.

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