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Michel Bauwens: Four Scenarios for the Collaborative Economy

Michel Bauwens: Four Scenarios for the Collaborative Economy | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
Closing keynote of the OuiShare Fest by Michel Bauwens, founder of the Foundation for P2P Alternatives, who introduces four prospective scenarios for the col...

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What is my contribution and what future scenarios am I helping to create? How am I reaching out peer to peer (P2P)  to create the future that is for the benefit of all.  See the Kalama Sutra  Leadership is about how I think  influences my being and who I am. Who I am impacts what I do.


We are back to what Lee Thayer shared from the beginning. When had by a purpose that is greater than the individual, the person doesn't have a vision or purpose; rather the vision or purpose has the individual...for the best of mankind.

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At the intersection of money & meaning
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Could tech reduce food waste and help feed the world? - BBC News

Could tech reduce food waste and help feed the world? - BBC News | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
Reducing global food waste by a quarter would mean there was enough to feed all the malnourished people in the world. Can tech help reach this goal?
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The Milton Friedman Doctrine Is Wrong. Here's How to Rethink the Corporation

The Milton Friedman Doctrine Is Wrong. Here's How to Rethink the Corporation | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

We won’t fix the problem until we address the nature of the corporation.

 

Imagine what becomes possible when we start to understand that executives and managers are not strictly beholden to shareholders—who hold their shares for an average of four months—and share prices.

 

When executives and directors are free to consider a range of stakeholders—workers, suppliers, creditors, customers, shareholders, and the community in which they’re based—in managing a company, it inherently changes their time horizon from the next quarter to the next decade or quarter-century and beyond, because most of these stakeholders have deeper investments in the company...


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This is an important conversation to have. Most corporations follow a purely short-term financial path to increasing "shareholder value", but that is a highly destructive path.

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Cultural Intelligence: Why is it crucial in today's Globalized Economy?

Cultural publication: explanation is the very model decisive vestibule today's globalized local economy?: cAkSxy https://t.co/5WuwwYcyZB
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Cooperation emerges when groups are small and memories are long, study finds

Cooperation emerges when groups are small and memories are long, study finds | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
The tragedy of the commons, a concept described by ecologist Garrett Hardin, paints a grim view of human nature. The theory goes that, if a resource is shared, individuals will act in their own self-interest, but agains

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Dealing with sinking cities and a risky future

Dealing with sinking cities and a risky future | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
Just consider a simple forecast. Without action, parts of Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok and numerous other coastal cities around the globe will continue to sink faster than the sea level rises.

We already know our coastal cities are under threat from rising sea levels, driven by climate change. Its estimated global sea-level rise of up to 0.6 meters this century will increase disaster risk significantly in coastal areas.

Many coastal cities and people are already among the most populous in the world and have a huge amount of infrastructure exposed to coastal flooding, high tides, and storm surges. And the rapidly growing population in some of the cities is driving up risk. Add in the face of changing coastal hazards driven by climate change, cities such as Mumbai, Karachi, Jakarta, and Lagos are among key areas cited in a new report on evolving disaster risk.

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How to Measure Culture Change Without Killing It

How to Measure Culture Change Without Killing It | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
In a classic article for the Journal for Strategic Performance Measurement, Margaret Wheatley and Myron Kellner-Rogers explain that behaviors – “commitment, focus, teamwork, learning, quality”(...), people paying “attention to those things that contribute to performance (...) are never produced by measurement. They are performance capabilities that emerge as people feel connected to their work and to each other. They are capacities that emerge as colleagues develop a shared sense of what they hope to create together (...). Each of these qualities and behaviors (...) is a choice that people make”. However, “measurement is critical” and the authors provide some insightful perspectives on design criteria for measure processes.

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Metrics and collaboration don't always mix. Here's how collaborative measures can be designed.

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Metrics and collaboration don't always mix. Here's how collaborative measures can be designed.

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Metrics and collaboration don't always mix. Here's how collaborative measures can be designed.

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Metrics and collaboration don't always mix. Here's how collaborative measures can be designed.

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Adapting to the Sharing Economy Case Solution & Analysis- TheCaseSolutions.com

http://www.thecasesolutions.com/ This case is about Adapting to the Sharing Economy Get your Adapting to the Sharing Economy Case Solution at TheCaseSolution...

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7 Paths to Development That Bring Neighborhoods Wealth, Not Gentrification

7 Paths to Development That Bring Neighborhoods Wealth, Not Gentrification | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

The plan to build better, more connected, flourishing communities is here—and it won’t require putting a Starbucks on every block.


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How To Slowly Lose Control: Decentralization Experiment 2 - Backfeed Magazine

How To Slowly Lose Control: Decentralization Experiment 2 - Backfeed Magazine | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
This article by Francesca Pick is republished from OuiShare Magazine  This is the second of an article series documenting the OuiShare Fest decentralization experiment.  Decentralizing a project is easier said than done. But no matter what, it will teach you a lot about your psyche, group dynamics and the value system of your team. When we met with …

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Blockchain and the Public Sector – as much a new business model as a new technology - Content Loop

Blockchain and the Public Sector – as much a new business model as a new technology - Content Loop | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

business strategy, public sector, Technology and Transformation


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What are the consequences of the Sharing Economy? - The Data Story Show

We explore the most recent criticism that has risen around the Sharing Economy and its impact for society. Will it be sustainable? Is the current approach hu...

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3 Ways the Sharing Economy Changes Entrepreneurial Opportunity

3 Ways the Sharing Economy Changes Entrepreneurial Opportunity | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

In the sharing economy, the role of the entrepreneur is not to produce but to coordinate production.

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Who Is the Sharing Economy For? - The Financialist

Who Is the Sharing Economy For? - The Financialist | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
A recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that the vast majority of Americans have never heard the terms “sharing economy” or “gig economy,” and more than one in four have never used the online platforms that make these …...
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6 Ways to Disagree with Senior Management

6 Ways to Disagree with Senior Management | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
Be strategic about it.
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When speaking truth do power, be careful, considerate, and strategic-- but do it anyway. 
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Nice organisms finish first: Why cooperators always win in the long run

Nice organisms finish first: Why cooperators always win in the long run | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
Communication is critical for cooperation; we think communication is the reason cooperation occurs. It's generally believed that there are five independent mechanisms that foster cooperation. But these mechanisms are really just ways to ensure that cooperators play mostly with other cooperators and avoid all others. Communication is a universal way to achieve that.

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How to Get Decision-Makers to Invest in Nature

How to Get Decision-Makers to Invest in Nature | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
It’s critical that we equip government officials, business leaders and other stakeholders with the data they need to invest in
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This #Dutch Town Will Grow its Own #Food, Live Off-Grid, and Handle its Own Waste #Renewables #Science #Housing

This #Dutch Town Will Grow its Own #Food, Live Off-Grid, and Handle its Own Waste #Renewables #Science #Housing | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
Meet the "Tesla of eco-villages".

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Grow its own food?
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Cities are the New Nations

Cities are the New Nations | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
“Political geography is not determinant anymore, because cities are more important.”
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Generalizing Moore

Over the past few years, several independent teams of researchers have noticed something surprising in historical data on a broad set of technologies. Everyone, of course, knows about Moore's Law — for decades, the density of transistors on integrated circuits has doubled every two years, with computational speed advancing even faster. This spectacular record of improvement shows up in just about any metric. Much less known, however, is that this pattern of exponential advance isn't actually limited to electronics; it applies just as well to technologies ranging from cars or batteries to beer or nuclear power.

 

Generalizing Moore
Mark Buchanan
Nature Physics 12, 200 (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nphys3685


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Uber and Airbnb are calling on EU leaders to unite on the sharing economy

Uber and Airbnb are calling on EU leaders to unite on the sharing economy | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

Uber and Airbnb signed an open letter on...

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From Social Enterprise to Social Franchise: An Introductory Guide to Achieving Scale Through Replication | Centre for Social Innovation

From Social Enterprise to Social Franchise: An Introductory Guide to Achieving Scale Through Replication | Centre for Social Innovation | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

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Programmable blockchains in context: Ethereum’s Future — Medium

Programmable blockchains in context: Ethereum’s Future — Medium | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it
By the end of this article, you’re going to understand blockchains in general (and Ethereum, a next-generation blockchai…

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Home care startup "Honor" is moving all its contract workers to W2 status, giving them equity

Home care startup "Honor" is moving all its contract workers to W2 status, giving them equity | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

A sharing economy company that treats both its workers and users with respect? Now *that's* a unicorn.

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How to build trust in the Sharing Economy

How to build trust in the Sharing Economy | Neighborhood Economics | Scoop.it

The Sharing Economy is growing: 2015 has seen a stellar surge in growth in Sharing Economy businesses entering the mainstream.�Here Benita Matofska, chief sharer behind Compare and Share, shares her opinion on its future growth and what opportunities...

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