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In this book, author interpreted the Web 2. Who bears the costs of negative externalities? The collaboration economy, which is the outcome of two converging forces: Oh, and Linux too.

The benefits and low costs and quick implementation on the volunteer side vs. In other words, the mavens that draw the Prosumers into the Ideagoras. Having said all that, I give two stars instead of only one because there is some truth in his book, but he just writes too arrogantly for me.

Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything

Guess on a Portfolio Team you don’t need no steenkin’ copy editors? I lavoratori erano pivro pezzi di ricambio. Regrettably absent from these rebuttals are any that address the growing digital divide or the potential for wikinomics to further degrade the balance of power between consumer and corporation. Who pays these costs? 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.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Teknologi internet yang berevolusi menjadi istilah Web 2. Qikinomics I found myself nodding my head most of the time, murmuring, “It’s obvious,” under my breath. But as this process unravels, many managers have concluded that the new mass collaboration is far from benign.


Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Understands the power of the Coase idea of transaction costs and the internet’s wiiinomics of those costs.

Hell, at the end of the book the Acknowledgments run to three pages, including somebody they call their “book coordinator extraordinaire,” presumably some sort of employee.

Maybe I’m Net Generation, that’s why it’s common for me 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.

And sometimes it drives my wife almost batty trying to solve some issues on that subject. Smart firms can harness collective capability and genius to spur innovation, growth, and success. In this regard, value comes not from distribution but from application of your products and services.

The authors give several examples where corporation made deliberate moves to invite the general public in shaping the final product. But that will be the province of companies and people who challenge themselves to innovate.

There are already many examples for us to study. The authors give several other examples of how mass collaboration is used in manufacturing industry to incorporate the views of the consumers in the final product.

Their ideas are grounded in reality, as opposed to ideas that are only fantasy, because of internal contradictions, faulty premises or false data. Fifth, the authors bury each chapter thesis at the end of the chapter.

While generally the author’s portrayal of the open source movement is pretty good, at a few critical points the authors show misunderstandings about what “open source” actually is. And as the late neo-Luddite Neil Postman wrote, every new technology solves old problems while creating new problems.


Oct 22, Mehran Jalali rated it liked it Shelves: There are token attempts to address the critics—chapter 10 is devoted entirely to this—and, to be fair, they do refute several of the common challenges to wikinomics and mass collaboration. Tapscott and Williams take the rather uncritical line of, to paraphrase, “Participation from mass collaborators will help these companies deliver better products and better services.

Detalhes do produto Formato: They even throw descriptions of a few tricks of wikinomics at play in places you might not expect them, such as in more aged companies like Proctor and Gamble. But that is not open source. It makes me wonder if this will just exacerbate the digital divide. It makes sentence mechanics less precise and sentences much harder to read. Troppi parassiti succhiano sangue dalla “catena del valore” per non fare diventare anemico il corpo dell’economia. This isn’t a huge point, but it’s something that I don’t feel like they honestly or completely addressed.


Are people to believe that this department is truly efficient? But the forthcoming pages are filled with many tales of how ordinary people and firms are linking up in imaginative new ways to drive innovation and success. To ask other readers questions about Wikinomicsplease sign up.