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- Verlag: Tantor Audio; Auflage: , MP3 - CD. (28. September 2010)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1400167302
- ISBN-13: 978-1400167302
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,5 x 1,5 x 18,8 cm
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--Lazaro Campos, CEO, Swift
"The MacroWikinomics assertion that 'there has never been a more exciting time to be human' is spot on. The new engine of innovation driven by collaboration, openness, stewardship and the power of the social web gives all of us an opportunity to drive even more rapid, meaningful change across global institutions. This is particularly relevant for the technology industry, which has always been about enabling human potential."
--Michael Dell, President and CEO, Dell inc.
"Tapscott and Williams are the world's foremost thought leaders in the arena where human behavior, digital innovation and societal challenges intersect. Each of us-whether leaders of global institutions or individual citizens of the world-would be wise to follow their counsel as we attempt to mitigate the challenges and embrace the opportunities we collectively face."
Brian J. Dunn, CEO, Best Buy Co., Inc.
"MacroWikinomics connects the big picture of business, culture and society with what is really going on in the trenches of the new digital world. Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams re-affirm their authority by offering facts in the style of demographers and by storytelling in the manner of acute social observers. Leaders of the future must take their lessons on co-creation and authenticity to heart."
--Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO, OgilvyOne
"When Tapscott and Williams released Wikinomics, it heralded a new era of collaboration -- one that has had a profound impact on how business is done. Now with "MacroWikinomics, they sow how business, government and civil society and people everywhere can leverage technology to work together in new ways to solve the greatest problems of our multi-polar world. Critical reading for those who want to help shape the new agenda."
--Bill Green, Chairman and CEO, Accenture
"Macrowikinomics sets out comprehensively and holistically, what it will take to reset the post crisis world, harnessing the power of the Net and the NetGeneration."
--Ian Hudson, President EMEA, Dupont
"Once again Don and Anthony nailed it. There is no better team to tell us what's coming next. This is a must read if you want to know how mass collaboration in a re-booted world will transform us."
--Jeff Joerres, Chairman and CEO, ManPower
"Like Lewis and Clark for the digital age, Tapscott and Williams have explored the borders, boundaries and landscape of the new interdependent world. They are the cartographers of the 21st century and Macrowikinomics is a map for the transformational voyage we surely must take."
--Kevin Kelly, CEO, Heidrick and Struggles
"A magnificent work, Tapscott and Williams guide us through the labyrinth of a new world where everything is being redesigned by collaboration on the Internet. MacroWikinomics follows the threads of collective intelligence as they reweave the fabric of our institutions."
Kevin Kimberlin, Chairman of Spencer Trask & Co
"A provocative and powerful series of ideas and case studies which challenge every leader to seize the opportunity to "make a difference." The fresh perspectives in Macrowikonomics should inspire all of us to collaborate in new ways to leverage talent and ideas from every corner of the world and develop new solutions to meet the challenges we are facing today."
--Craig Mulhauser, CEO, Celestica
"A Masterpiece. An iconic & defining book for our time. Macrowikinomics shows us a future ready to be shaped (and saved) by a global network of extracurricular thinkers. Once again, Don and Anthony prove that in the new global economy it's much better to throw ideas than to throw elbows. Take heart and take heed, technology has shrunk the world so we can grow it anew. And the seeds are all in here."
--Mark Parker, CEO, Nike Inc.
"Tapscott and Williams have crafted a blueprint to a better world for our children. Macrowikinomics defines the agenda for systemic change we need, and ignore at our peril."
-Kal Patel, Executive Vice President, Best Buy
"Majestic-- breathtaking in its breadth, coverage, and richness of detail. Don and Anthony have taken the trends of collaboration, openness, sharing, integrity and interdependence, and placed them in pragmatic real-life contexts across a plethora of spheres covering government and citizenship, healthcare, education, transportation, media and banking. Thoroughly recommended for anyone who's interested in seeing how the world is changing."
-JP Rangaswami, Chief Scientist, BT Group PLC
"Tapscott and Anthony Williams' insights about the power of collaborative innovation and open systems, and their call to 'reboot' our institutions - usiness, education, media, government - hasn't come a minute too soon. Macrowikinomics inspires by chronicling these pathbreaking developments and pointing the way forward for all of us."
--Eric Schmidt, CEO Google
"A rich and expansive guide to not only adapting to but also mastering our digital future. A must read for any decision maker!"
-Klaus Scwabb, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
"MacroWikinomics underscores the critical importance of transparency, participation and collaboration among business, government and citizens in addressing global challenges like corruption."
Nancy Zucker Boswell, Managing Director, Transparency International
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Don Tapscott and David Ticoll co-founded the business research and consulting firm Digital 4Sight in 1994. They have written for publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Harvard Business Review, The Globe and Mail and Forbes and appeared on national broadcast media around the world. Both live in Toronto.
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Die beiden Autoren liefern eine Sicht auf verschiedenen Branchen (Gesundheit, Finanzwelt...) und beschreiben, wie sich die Themen Transparenz, vernetztes Arbeiten, online Verfügbarkeit... auf diese Branchen auswirken. Dabei beschreiben sie sowohl aktuelle Entwicklungen, als auch mögliche Szenarien für die Zukunft.
Wenn zwei Leute über sieben Branchen schreiben, sollte man freilich nicht erwarten, dass sie in jeder dieser Branchen Experten sind. Das merkt man dem Buch schon an. Wer also Finanzexperte ist, sollte sich das Buch nicht kaufen, um etwas über seinen Sektor zu erfahren. Es sei denn, das Buch ist der erste Blick über den Tellerrand seit einigen Jahren.
Insgesamt ist es ein schöner Schmöker, der wohl entsteht wenn man Economist Journalisten mit Netzaktivisten kreuzt. Sowas in der Richtung.
Ist es nun gut? Nun, ich denke es hat eine sehr spitze Zielgruppe, aber für diese Gruppe ist es prima. Daher vier Sterne.
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I highly recommend this book for the modern leader to read and embrace. The world has changed, and will continue to change, and ignorance and avoidance are not the answer.
Potentially, given the content of the book and he sometimes repetitive nature, you can either skip or skim sections.
Overall, a great read and a great topic to explore.
I bought two--one for myself and another as a door prize. But it's a bit boring for a door prize.
I bought this in audio because I find little time for reading & listen to these business books during commute. Could not get thru it---simply too much talking--like an academic paper presented by a professor. Monitone and boring, hard to get the main points, they are so fine--not sharp. Shrinking it down and covering key points is less miopic detail would make it better.
Service from Amazon to purchase and receive--exceptional and 5star. Not the book or the reader.
This book describes what is possible through mass collaboration and networked intelligence--what I view as global communities of practice (Cultivating Communities of Practice by Wenger, Snyder, McDermott, 2002)--it is one opportunity for hope to change our world for the better. Tapscott and Williams include a number of examples of Wikinomics such as WikiLeaks, GovLoop, and Ushahidi.
In more technical terms Wikinomics (MacroWikinomics) is but another example of complexity in action and more specifically that of complex adaptive systems (Hidden Order: How Adaptation Builds Complexity by John Holland, 1995). For instance the principles of Wikinomics translate as follows in the context of complex adaptive systems (CASs): collaboration is the self-organizing principle; openness is adaptation principle, interdependence is the interaction of multiple agents of a complex adaptive system and so on.
Another observation is this book highlights some operating principles and some of the complexity that may not be so apparent to many of us.
I close with this thought: is the Web a manifestation of our collective consciousness?