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Indeed, for almost as long as software has existed, these enterprise-proof applications have been the preserve of large software houses like SAP, Oracle, and Microsoft. That is not true. Sometimes there are too many details, which make reading it a bit boring, but on the other hand, it’s a good source of inspiration and how-to approaches. Books by Don Livor.
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything by Don Tapscott
We give companies our personal data, whether it’s our birthdays and photos and what we did or read wikinmoics night or our interests, destinations, gift ideas, etc. It’s a fascinating topic that anyone who has ventured onto the Internet can see is huge, yet the authors of this particular work seem so caught up The full title of this book by Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams is Wikinomics: But as this process unravels, many managers have concluded that the new mass collaboration is far from benign.
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It speaks about things like the Open Source movement and how Web 2.
It was one of tho Like reading an armchair Aaron Swartz. The use of mass collaboration in a business environment in recent history can be seen as an extension of the trend in business to outsource: There’s a core value here a biblical one for faith-based organizations and churches: So Tapscott and Williams tune that those companies that embrace wikinomics will profit and those that won’t will decline is all well and good, but it makes me wjkinomics about those who aren’t so lucky to be so well connected.
Furthermore, I am not the type of person who would primarily benefit from Wikinomicsbecause I do not run companies or even work for a company.
Loved their use of the Isaac Newton quote: What are the negative effects of such profound economies of scale EOS during economic downturns, like now? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Many good examples and explanations on how today’s economy works. As with many books of its ilk, Wikinomics uses several case studies to make its argument. It’s a willingness to embrace a paradigm shift. This is more than open source, social networking, socalled crowdsourcing, smart mobs, crowd wisdom, or other ideas that touch upon the subject.
Mar 16, Nathan rated it did not like it Wikibomics In this book, author interpreted the Web 2 I’m reading this book during I realize that I have experienced most of the issues that the author raises in his book in my day to day undertaking although not at the scale that the authors describe. Troppi parassiti succhiano sangue dalla “catena del valore” per non fare diventare anemico il corpo dell’economia.
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Keep in mind that we’re not talking about whether companies use e-mail or have a web site. The example from Goldcorp and Linux are great. A firm will tend to expand until the cost of carrying out an extra transaction on the open market become equal to the costs of organizing the same transaction within the firm. Mar 08, Douglas Wangombe rated wwikinomics really liked it.
Again, as the book continues, the wikinomicw do a better job of explaining these interactions.
The book challenged me to think about the exciting opportunities that I could put to use my knowledge of Web 2. The authors present important thinking on the present wikinommics of business through interactive communication.
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything
CEO, former investment banker, and gold mining newbie, who used open source tactics and an online competition to breathe new life into a struggling business cobbled by the rules of an old-fashioned industry.
In the last few years, traditional collaboration—in a meeting room, a conference call, even a convention wiknomics been superceded by collaborations on an astronomical scale.
I’d particularly recommend this book to decision makers in companies that are struggling with the old mindset of “locking things down in order to stay competitive”.