Blueprint to the Digital Economy: Creating Wealth in the Era of E-business

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Don Tapscott, Alex Lowy, David Ticoll, Natalie Klym
McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Business & Economics - 410 pages
Building on the message of Don Tapscott's highly successful book, The Digital Economy, Blueprint to the Digital Economy offers breakthrough insights and strategies designed to help today's businesses succeed in an emerging and highly competitive digital business environment. Through first-hand accounts, top executives of world-class corporations like Kodak, IBM, Microsoft, and AT&T offer provocative examples of how their businesses used networking and multimedia technologies to achieve their individual corporate objectives.

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mmm. probably good at the time. but in 08 these issues have been explored time and time again. the book is a compilation of articles. business is restructuring into a more organic structure. liked ... Read full review


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Don Tapscott is an internationally renowned speaker and the bestselling author of The Digital Economy and co-author of Blueprint to the digital Economy, Paradigm Shift, and Who Knows. He is chairman of the Alliance for converging Technologies which represents the collaborative effort of ca. 40 of the world's leading technology, manufacturing, and retail organizations. He is also the president of the New Paradigm Learning Corporation.

Lowy is an internationally recognized thought leader specializing in the creation of innovation work, learning, and information systems. He is the cofounder and past president of Digital 4Sight, a global technology think tank and strategy consulting firm.

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