With more and more technology to help us work together it turns out that a better solution for a future workplace might already exist--we just have to...
Marco Torregrossa's insight:
To improve collaboration and innovation, look for a two-pronged strategy that combines better technology and collaboration applications, but that also does not overlook a healthy dose of old-fashioned face time.
While I like many of the companies that tend to fall under the banner, I'm finding myself more and more annoyed by the term "sharing economy," which is used as shorthand to categorize a fairly miscellaneous set of firms virtually none of which...
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Marco Torregrossa's insight:
The #sharingeconomy did well this year, both in dollars and in impact. According to author Rachel Botsman, the sharing economy’s global dollar value is around $26 billion. At the beginning of the year, Forbes predicted the sharing economy would be a “disruptive economic force.”
It’s being called the “Sharing Economy,” “Mesh Economy, ” “Collaborative Consumption,” and now the “Collaborative Economy.” Whatever term prevails, it’s about a more efficient way of using valuable resources to benefit people, business and the...
We have long since passed the age when we manufactured goods to meet our desires. We are now in a world hell bent on manufacturing desires to sustain the production of unnecessary goods. Ownership is a myth. We own nothing. What we do have is the right of storage, use and disposal. Nothing more. By cultivating an ownership illusion we support violence (or the threat of violence) for if someone were to use our supposed possession we can call in men and women with guns to get it back for us. Without this threat of violence, real or implied, ownership would not be possible. But why deluding ourselves. Let’s recognise the illusion and begin to appreciate the reality. We are all interconnected. Sharing is good. At a personal, societal and global level sharing is very, very good.
Is the sharing economy the first attempt to instill community perspectives in the traditional process of venture capital backed innovation? Or, on the contrary, is that an attempt of Venture Capital to monetize peer to peer and ...
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