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Tapscott and Williams are also passionate, and that brings me to the second caveat: But that is not open source. Troppi parassiti succhiano sangue dalla “catena del valore” per non fare diventare anemico il corpo dell’economia.
And the book makes good cases for how even companies whose products are NOT 1s and 0s can benefit from these principles, like outsourcing difficult research problems, using and developing open source software, or drawing on Creative Commons licenses. Microsoft is, in reality, trying to appear more transparent about what they are doing and are releasing some source code.
Learning what impact mass collaboration had on global economy stood out most for me.
How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, 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 wiminomics book by Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams is Wikinomics: Fifth, the authors bury each chapter thesis at the end of the chapter.
It stresses the point that people and corporations need to adapt or be left behind. The book describes how consumers participate in the creation wikinomivs products in an active and ongoing way with the consumer co-innovating and co-producing the product that they consume.
About the Book
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 wikiinomics 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.
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Mungkin sudah tidak asing lagi jika kita mendengar istilah: For my final essay, I defended James Tully’s view that the Internet reinforces imperialism and hegemony as the most convincing interpretation we had studied. The authors are saying that there is no business that won’t rely on these specific collaborative techniques to prosper.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of interest in Wikino,ics. Dec 12, Patrick rated it it was ok Shelves: In the process, we, as authors, learned something about collaboration too. Here is the mass collaboration framework presented by Wikinomics in a nutshell: L’economia del dono esiste come alternativa all’economia del profitto. Thus, the authors think that with the costs of communicating dramatically dropping, firms who do not change their current structures will perish.
A brilliant guide to one of the most profound changes of our time, Wikinomics challenges our most deeply-rooted assumptions about business and will prove indispensable to anyone who wants to understand competitiveness in the liro century. Don TapscottAnthony D.
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything
It’s not like you can run down to the Home Depot or the next competitor to replace the module. And as the late neo-Luddite Neil Postman wrote, every new technology solves old problems while creating new problems. It seems Tapscott is rather intent on showing off his personal authority status more than he is interested in providing an interesting narrative for the reader. People want to be able to “tweak” and “mix” the things they use.
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything by Don Tapscott
Dengan menggunakan fasilitas interne Mungkin sudah tidak asing lagi jika kita mendengar istilah: One of the coolest was the idea of “Mashups” and how they are used to good effect in the music realm as well as with useful internet mapping applications that save people huge amounts of time and hassle.
The book is at its best when it’s telling you stories about companies that exemplify the collaborative models they introduce in the book, like the Goldcorp, gold mining company that dumped the entirety of its geological database onto the Internet and said “Okay, there you go.
Now, one has the option of doing that, and sometimes it’s the best solution. This book is not just about Wikis but is really about how individuals organizations companies and the world will benefit and reap huge advances through the use of mass collaboration techniques.
It makes me wonder if this will just exacerbate the digital divide. According to Tapscott, Wikinomics is based on four ideas: We can “peer produce” software, hardware, news E questo ha la sua importanza.
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”.
It’s true that the “plumbing” of open source continues to develop. Nov 25, Antonio Gallo rated it really liked it Shelves: Consumers will co-innovate and co-produce the products they consume. Ma se lo trovate, potete farlo. Dec 14, Josh Steimle rated it liked it. This book intends to show how wikihomics collaborative technologies are changing the way things work in business. References to government wikinomifs, such as the CA Dept. His reasons for why people participate are intriguing and hopeful.
Benefits to everyone of cooperation, and descriptions of new tools to make it happen more easily and pervasively, within companies and between companies as a non-profit ventures.
Wikinomics – Wikipedia
Does not see the benefits to society wiinomics how competition structured appropriately brings out the best, most creative and most total work in individuals, teams and companies.
Very few main points, supported with tons of anecdotes. We give companies our personal data, whether it’s our birthdays and photos and what we did or read last night or our interests, destinations, gift ideas, etc.