Aug 24, 2011
Speaking at the IBM Forum event in São Paulo, Don Tapscott, author of “Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World,” said that due to the prevalence of the Internet, we are currently living in the age of networked intelligence.
Mar 8, 2011
Exploring the “wiki revolutions” in North Africa & the Middle East, the coming generational explosion and the meaning of the internet in society.
Jan 7, 2011
Thanks largely to the Internet, long-standing monopolies and power imbalances are being challenged as more people from more regions of the world connect, collaborate, and compete on the global stage. Young digital natives everywhere are questioning the historic...
Nov 30, 2010
At the meeting of the Global Agenda Councils in Dubai it seems that everything is connected to everything else. One day into it my Council on Informed Societies has had joint discussions with at least half a dozen other Councils and many common themes and challenges...
Nov 30, 2010
I’m enjoying participating in the meeting of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Councils in Dubai. It goes without saying that the world is a very volatile place and this is a great time of change. There are countless new risks coming from unpredictable places...
Nov 26, 2010
When a lot of people get together behind one idea, they can make a change. And when a lot of people are getting behind a lot of different ideas, that can change the world.
Nov 19, 2010
The New York Times reported earlier this week that Britain’s largest software maker, Autonomy, is releasing a new software package to help doctors make diagnoses. The software is called Autonomy Auminence. It culls data from patient records, physician notes, lab...
Nov 16, 2010
Don Tapscott discusses Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, his best selling management book of 2007.
Nov 10, 2010
This article is the first in a series of 12 over the next 3 weeks written by Anthony D. Williams and me based on our newly released book Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World. The book is receiving a lot of buzz. The Economist calls it “a Schumpeterian...