Macrowikinomics published. Tapscott invites to Macrowikinomics.com

A follow-up to Wikonomics by Tapscott and Williams has been recently published. You can get a taste of it here.

By the way, here’s what’s comming up next for Wikonomics.com due to publishing of Tapscott’s and William’s new book:

I want to thank you for your support and interest for Wikinomics.com. We created this site more than three years ago as a follow-on forum for the ideas Anthony D. Williams and I presented in our 2007 bestseller, Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. The book revealed how mass collaboration was reinventing the way businesses communicate, create value, and compete in the new global marketplace. Since its inception, Wikinomics.com has hosted many good discussions with insights from posters and readers alike.

Now we want to continue and expand the same great discussions on a new site, Macrowikinomics.com, which derives its name from the new book that Anthony and I have just released: Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World (…)

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2 thoughts on “Macrowikinomics published. Tapscott invites to Macrowikinomics.com

  1. I am interested in ideas and innovation related to how macrowikinomics affectshow we reboot and realign non profits especially in terms of social enterprise.

    1. My good man! It just slipped my mind that there’s an actual comment on this site waiting to be replied 🙂 Goood to have you 🙂 As for non-profits: I think that the key idea behind wikinomics is the decentralized peer production, or what Yochai Benkler in The Wealth of Networks would describe as outer-market production. The very pioneer inciatives of this kind of producion were non-profit (as well as they were open source). So my guess is non-profit iniciatives would gain more recognition for “masses”. Secondly, maybe there would emerge a new kind or model of non-profit organizations and iniciatives, which is a thesis worth holding if beings of any kind are influenced by their environment. What’s your opinion on that? Regards.

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