Irving Wladawsky-Berger: The Collaborative, Sharing Economy
“The industrial economy has been primarily based on production, with GDP as the key measure of economic activity. The collaborative economy feels very different. There is a lot I find appealing about it, in particular, its potential impact on the really critical issue of jobs in the digital economy. Given that large public and private sector institutions are not expected to create enough new jobs, the collaborative economy might be one of the most important ways for individuals to come up with all kinds of innovative ways of making a living.”
TECI Networks | Managing Outside the Box: the Networks Revolution – TECI Networks
“The pioneers in “translating” organizations to networks were military and police intelligence agencies: minimal information is enough to get a complete picture of a rival organization. Subsequently, the method was eventually transferred and adopted in the business world.”
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