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Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything
A good example today would be SpaceX and Boeing which is, coincidentally, a company Tapscott praises a lot due to its outsourcingwhere SpaceX can offer much cheaper rockets because of its landing AND its vertical, in-house production of rocket components.
Bentornata, cooperazione di massa. McEwen estimates the collaborative process shaved two to three years off their exploration time p In questi ultimi anni i tradizionali sistemi di collaborazione tra la gente, come ad esempio le riunioni, le conferenze, i congressi, sono stati superati e sostituiti da sistemi collaborativi che agiscono su scala planetaria.
Suatu konsep yang percaya bahwa kolaborasi, saling berbagi pengetahuan akan memicu sinergitas yang positif yang tentunya akan menghasilkan sesuatu yang lebih baik.
Wikinomics – Wikipedia
Tapscott e Williams lo sanno, come dimostra l’elenco, a p. Guess on a Portfolio Team you don’t need no steenkin’ copy editors? While some leaders fear the hea. Who pays these costs? It covers many case studies about businesses that have shown This book intends to show how new collaborative technologies are changing the way things work in business. Openness, Peering, Sharing, and Acting Globally. 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.
WIKINOMICS | ABOUT THE BOOK
Though I’m fairly sure wherever it is the authors made their comment about an organizational chart looking like a Jackson Pollock paining, Tom Peters made the same comment at least a decade ago, and even added a copy of the painting he had in mind. Cash monies for whoever can tell us the best place to dig for gold. It covers many case studies about businesses that have shown remarkable ability to adopt and embrace this new collaboration. Williamsfirst published in December Leaders must think differently about how to compete and be profitable, and embrace a new art and science of collaboration we call wikinomics.
Click here to read the full review As lviro many books of its ilk, Wikinomics uses several case studies to make its argument.
It speaks about things like the Open Source movement and how Web 2. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
It talks only in glowing, positive terms about the reality of webs of collaboration. Tutti possono scrivere storie, notizie, informazioni, mixare musica, studiare il genoma umano, progettare software, scoprire il rimedio per una malattia, manipolare testi scolastici, inventare nuovi cosmetici e perfino costruire nuovi motocicli.
But, alas, I ain’t got no “review coordinator extraordinaire” or “Portfolio Team” to help me out and dig out the exact reference in the exact book.
About the Book
The infrastructure of our age is such that returning to an insular, closed-door model of competition just will not work. Nella Wikinomics le scelte di collaborazione sono infinite. He also makes the book at least pages longer th This is another one of those books that criticizes every old business practice of the past and hails everything young and new.
The gist of this book is about how the traditional corporate structure has collapsed and allowed the consumers to be part of decision making and eventual producers of what they consume. Leia mais Leia menos. Introduction to the Book Throughout history corporations have organized themselves according to strict hierarchical lines of authority.
Rastreie seus pedidos recentes. While some leaders fear the heaving growth of these massive livvro communities, Wikinomics proves this fear is folly.
The livdo present important thinking on the present transformation of business through interactive communication. Masses volunteer their knowledge and time to help create and maintain wikipedia. It would have been better if the authors used consistently “government” vs. It’s a willingness to embrace a paradigm shift.
Wikunomics trivia or quizzes yet. What new problems will result from all this technology based collaboration? Within weeks, submissions from around the world came flooding into Goldcorp headquarters. My wife works for HP, which has overemployees. For example, how much pollution do Boeing’s suppliers create when shipping modules from Australia or Japan to Washington state?
Nov 27, Giovanni Dall’Orto rated it liked it Shelves: In Wikinomics, author and business consultant Don Tapscott The Digital Economy and Anthony Williams attempt to illustrate and define examples of companies and projects that have quickly risen or others that have re-energized their operations using the tools of group collaboration to expand their offerings beyond the shell of their staff or existing talent pool.
As early ilvro the s, then, wikinomics already made sense: Dec 12, Patrick rated it it was ok Shelves: Imagine how much easier would our reading lives be if everybody built written arguments like this. This is still very high-level stuff for me, so I continue to stick with good ol’ MySQL—but it’s fascinating to watch these ongoing developments in the plumbing.
The new Web has become a massive playground of information that has been spliced together by people with different ideas, cultures, and locations.
There are already many examples for us to study. Non si capisce per quale motivo qualcuno dovrebbe lavorare gratis per qualcosa finalizzato esclusivamente a far guadagnare qualcun altro.
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.