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User Review  - thebradking - LibraryThing

I'd been looking forward to reading this but compared to other books in this genre, it's largely a rehash -- and not even a very good one. Groundswell, for one, pulls this type of writing off better. Read full review

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User Review  - CarloA - LibraryThing

Interesting in some parts, with some new ideas. Unfortunately it lacked some thorough editing to remove several repetitions of some concepts that get reinstated time and time again.Could be a good ... Read full review

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User Review  - dgmlrhodes - LibraryThing

A must read in any business person's library. The game is changing and this has a lot of great ideas on spurring innovation in a collaborative environment. Read full review

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User Review  - Sisifus - LibraryThing

I've read Barabási's (Linked) and Merchant's (New How) books before this one so most ideas were already known, but Tapscott's approach was a bit closer to what I was looking or wanted to hear about ... Read full review

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User Review  - JeffV - LibraryThing

Wikinomics is all about taking the business model of Wikipedia and expanding it to marketable products, service lines, and companies. Published in 2008, it's surprising how dated some of the examples ... Read full review

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User Review  - paulsignorelli - LibraryThing

Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams’ Wikinomics combines three topics—social media tools (wikis), economics, and collaboration—to produce a stimulating exploration of how the changes we are facing can ... Read full review

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User Review  - johnnyryan - LibraryThing

The title of the book gives the game away. The message of the book has been so tightly refined that the author's - to their credit - boil the theory down to one word. Read full review

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User Review  - librarythingaliba - LibraryThing

I had a lot harder time reading this book than I expected. While it was interesting, I think the fact that it is talking about things that have already happened is a little difficult. Felt a little ... Read full review

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new communications methods leads to new ways to enterprise positioning in the market. This book is really useful to understand this concept of company that appears with the internet, the total focus on the core advantage of the employees of a company and the outsourcing of all the rest

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User Review  - Dangraham - LibraryThing

A good read about how mass collaboration is changing the world. A bit outdated now -- "imagine if Apple came out with a phone!?" Read full review


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