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on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
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Chasing Utopia | Worker ownership and cooperatives will not succeed by competing on capitalism’s terms.

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Competition: Innovative ideas to advance open science - Today's Medical Developments

Competition: Innovative ideas to advance open science - Today's Medical Developments | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Applicants asked to develop new products or services to harness the power of “big data” to improve health.
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End the “Competition leads to better” myth

End the “Competition leads to better” myth | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
 For two very big reasons this myth is harming business, society and politics. Especially right wing politics keeps on selling us the need for competition and also big business glamorizes it. Yet reality (through studies of nature and social processes) shows us two very big reasons why the lie needs to end. As if the reason that the number of regulations protecting (big) business interests over the health of our planet are still growing wasn't enough.You win by optimization of alignment and coop
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Scilla Elworthy: Cooperation beats competition - Deutsche Welle

Scilla Elworthy: Cooperation beats competition - Deutsche Welle | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
In her book "Pioneering the Possible," Scilla Elworthy seeks to empower readers to be agents of change. Elworthy, a keynote speaker at the Global Media Forum, talks to DW about consciousness, inner power and values.
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Why We Need to Abolish Competition and Embrace Arguments | Interview with Margaret Heffernan

Why We Need to Abolish Competition and Embrace Arguments | Interview with Margaret Heffernan | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Abby Martin interviews Margaret Heffernan, author of ‘Willful Blindness’ and ‘A Bigger Prize’, about the destructive impact of competition and alternative models of incentivizing people to work together for the greater good.
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The new new competition - How digital platforms change competitive st…

Based on the book PLATFORM REVOLUTION. Learn more at platformrevolution.com Follow us on @platrevolution and https://www.facebook.com/platformrevolution/
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From Competition to Cooperation | Primavera De Filippi | TEDxCambridge - YouTube

The animal kingdom contains numerous examples of individuals cooperating with one another to achieve impressive outcomes without the need for planning, contr...
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The Case for Economic Co-operation, as Well as Competition - Huffington Post UK

The Case for Economic Co-operation, as Well as Competition - Huffington Post UK | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
If competition ends up as being a fight to the finish, then we need a new way of thinking about economic success.
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Why Collaboration Wins Over Competition (Infographic)

Why Collaboration Wins Over Competition (Infographic) | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Even the world's most iconic CEOs didn't achieve success on their own.
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the power of working together

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Is Competition a Catalyst for Innovation? - Entrepreneur

Is Competition a Catalyst for Innovation? - Entrepreneur | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

For hundreds of years of human history, innovation and discovery have occurred simultaneously, by different parties, all over the globe. In fact, it is difficult to find a major technological breakthrough of the last 200 years that didn't have multiple inventors, perhaps working thousands of miles apart, claiming that a particular discovery was theirs.

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