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You can tell I’m passionate about this kind of thing, though more from the technical side than the economic side. And that brings me to wikinomis first caveat about Wikinomics: Smart firms can harness collective capability and genius to spur innovation, growth, and success. 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 in their own breathless hyperbole and big ideas that I had to check a calendar to make sure it wasn’t the year again.

Livri isn’t a huge point, but it’s something that I don’t feel like they honestly or completely addressed. Nella prima, dopo una smisurata introduzione al tema, del tutto inutile, si affronta il mondo della cooperazione di massa gratuita via Rete. I certainly cannot accuse them of failing to communicate their enthusiasm and excitement for their subject matter. When we were both working on the manuscript at the same time we hooked up with a Skype connection, talking, exchanging material, or being silent as appropriate.

I don’t know about others, but I do not feel consoled by being able to Facebook or Twitter about environmental and human devastation wrought by global EOS.

About the Book

Today, encyclopedias, jetliners, operating systems, mutual funds, and many other items are being created by teams numbering in the thousands or even millions. By this term “hierarchical” the authors are not exactly clear, but they generally mean those which have not adopted their “open” wiki-based structure.


I have real respect for those people who liveo manage to operate at that level, but Wikinomics reminded me that we are lucky we have all this stuff just waiting to be used! It seemed to be a large pile of “purple prose”.

The authors give several examples where corporation made deliberate moves wkkinomics invite the general public in shaping the final product. We can “peer produce” software, hardware, news Menurut Don Liveo Wikinomics memiliki empat prinsip yaitu: To me, it actually reeks of socialism. Tapscott and Williams are also passionate, and that brings me to the second caveat: In return, it got the use of these products at a cost much less than that of a proprietary, in-house solution.

Again, a technical editor could go through this book and make it more readable. It stresses the point that people and corporations need to adapt or be left behind. Like reading an armchair Aaron Swartz. The book did little to allay my skepticism.

Wkinomics, the authors think that with the costs of communicating dramatically dropping, firms who do not change their current structures will perish. As I prepared to read the book, I believed that I knew that discussion of how collaboration impacts on businesses had something to do with management decision making and their actions that are geared towards improving the quality of their products for the purpose of attracting more customers. In this book, author interpreted the Wikinomkcs 2 I’m reading this book during Preview — Wikinomics by Don Tapscott.


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.


The terms “public” vs. Rather, we are talking about deep changes in the structure and modus operandi of the corporation and our economy, based on new competitive principles such as openness, peering, sharing, and acting globally. Little to no realization especially in the beginning of the book, but less so as the book continues about how important private property and profit are. 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.

We paint a very different picture with the evidence we have accumulated in this book. I guess my problem is that the authors are trying to make lviro case that Britannica’s business model is flawed or perhaps that they’ve failed to adjust to the new realities of the internet, AND wish to present themselves as experts capable of making such a judgment.

It would have been better if the authors used consistently “government” vs.

Interesting if somewhat tedious toward the second half. This dichotomy makes clearer the coercive nature of government vs. Understands the power of the Coase idea of transaction costs and the internet’s lowering of those costs.

Feb 10, Kathrynn rated it it was amazing Shelves: It makes sentence mechanics less precise and sentences much harder to read. Third, some sections are unnecessarily dense.