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has many links with the ideas behind wikinomics and mass collaboration. However, throughout my ongoing research, I’ve started to question whether the long tail is actually as important to the future of certain businesses as many people now commonly believe. One that I’ve  been particularly focused on is YouTube – the platform that asks you to Broadcast Yourself, and a site that has so many videos that one would think that the Long Tail might dominate. But based on what the data is telling me, this perception may be off – and YouTube might have a lot more of the “blockbuster” model ...
to be successful. Tapscott and Williams are currently working on a followup to Wikinomics, "about rebuilding the world for an age of networked intelligence." It is expected June 2010.
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The number-one lesson is that the monolithic, self-contained, inwardly focused corporation is dying. … Winning companies today have open and porous boundaries and compete by reaching outside their walls to harness external knowledge, resources, and capabilities. They're like a hub for innovation and a magnet for uniquely qualified minds. They focus their internal staff on value integration and orchestration and treat the world as their R&D department. All of this adds up to a new kind of collaborative enterprise–an ecosystem of peers that is contantly shaping and reshaping clusters of knowledge and capability to ... market research, surveys and trends
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To answer these two questions I did a lot of online research as the term 'mass collaboration' was relatively new to me. I knew of course of Wikipedia, the oldest and most refined mass collaborative project, but I lacked a working definition and deep conceptual understanding of the word and the creative process it represented. I first turned to Wikipedia for a working definition: “Mass collaboration is a form of collective action that occurs when large numbers of people work independently on a single project, often modular in its nature. Such projects typically take place on the Internet using social software ... market research, surveys and trends


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released a feature report on how innovation in emerging markets may be eclipsing innovation in North America. The report, The world turned upside down (click “Buy PDF” for a complimentary copy courtesy of BASF) reinforces the fact that globalization and disruptive innovation is no longer something that is “driven by the West and imposed on the rest.” The notion that we in the West are the harbingers of all things new and advanced and that “developing” markets are cheap sources of labor and less mature audiences for low-cost, dumbed-down versions of our products and services is false. In ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The $30-billion-a-year company has ruled consumer electronics retailing .... mail volume by 75 percent and cut the company's meeting times in half. ..... Mass collaboration is already transforming the way goods and services are created ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Well, you can imagine why: two plucky lads, Joe and Jack, who grow up playing together, only to find themselves on opposite sides of the American Civil War. I imagine the elder Miliband, David, having defeated the younger Ed, nonetheless riding out to save his brother: �Did you think I would leave you dying/ When there's room on my horse for two/ Climb up here, Ed, we'll soon be flying� etc. A sentimental fraternal ending to this Labour leadership contest is possible, of course, but there is a bitterness about its conduct so far that cannot be concealed. Even as the brothers protest their love for one another, each ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Don Tapscott '66: Wikinomics and Mass Collaboration mously positive thing.” Named “likely the most influ- ential Canadian media authority ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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A wiki, “from the Hawaiian meaning ‘quick', is an online content management system to facilitate the collaborative editing of documents through an in-browser text interface, which are then immediately presented as publicly visible web pages” ( ). The definition comes straight from Wikipedia, the best known example of how wikis can be used to create collaborative websites and to power the communities around them. But beyond Wikipedia itself, an entire wiki world is flourishing that eases the sharing of knowledge, and is a world we have only just begun to explore. An increasing share of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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WIKINOMICS: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. By Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams. What is “Wikinomics”? Wikinomics refers to the emerging ...
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