Don Tapscott Revealed: On Growing Up, The Digital Economy, and a Life of Principled Consequence.
In this Globe and Mail interview, Don talks about how he was prodded to be on Twitter by a younger mentor – he notes he’s no Ashton Kutcher but has 30,000 followers – and how you can also design your life to keep in tune with our more collaborative, less hierarchical world.
Few will argue about America’s colleges and universities being critical to our economic and intellectual future. And by many measures, that future looks promising: Competition for places in the country’s top schools is fiercer than ever, more families are willing to pay higher tuition, and employers are putting a greater premium on a college degree. But Don Tapscott, co-author of Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business And The World, argues that universities are woefully behind the...
From an agrarian society to an industrial age and now to an era of networked intelligence. How is collaboration reshaping all facets of our society?
George speaks with Don about the power of social media, revolutions and his new book, Macrowikinomics.