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Space Counts: Why Physical Flows Matter in an Increasingly Virtual World - Techonomy

Space Counts: Why Physical Flows Matter in an Increasingly Virtual World - Techonomy | Sharing Economics and Strategic Openness | Scoop.it
The world is changing faster than ever and sometimes it feels as though the only way to keep pace is to remain glued to our computer screens.
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Yes, physical space matters, but it is a cost that can sometimes be alleviated, given the right business model.

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Using Social Media To Advance Personalized Medicine and Companion Diagnostics - Biology Partners

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From our friends @biologypartners

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[Webinar] The Collaborative Economy, with Jeremiah Owyang

Social technologies radically disrupted communications, marketing, and customer care. With these same technologies, customers are now sharing products and servi
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How Modern Economics Is Built On 'The World's Dumbest Idea'

How Modern Economics Is Built On 'The World's Dumbest Idea' | Sharing Economics and Strategic Openness | Scoop.it
How Modern Economics Is Built On ‘The World’s Dumbest Idea’: Maximizing Shareholder Value. The 21st Century needs a new economics for a new kind of management
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Thanks to @jhagel for the link! Can we move from maximizing profits to sustainable profits? We often confuse maximization of profits with a sustainable company, but they are not at all synonymous.

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The shareholder-value emperor has been naked for decades. Time somebody called him on it, 'cause letting him run management thinking has worked so very well for us, right?

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Welcome to the ‘Sharing Economy’

Welcome to the ‘Sharing Economy’ | Sharing Economics and Strategic Openness | Scoop.it
Who knew the spare bedroom could pay the monthly mortgage?
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As the Maker Movement Surges, So Do "Stories" of Creation - Techonomy

Collaborative spaces, driven by the maker movement, offer clear benefits: serendipitous connections, learning, and opportunities to tackle larger challenges.
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Atul Gawande: How Do Good Ideas Spread?

Atul Gawande: How Do Good Ideas Spread? | Sharing Economics and Strategic Openness | Scoop.it
In the era of the iPhone, Facebook, and Twitter, we want frictionless, “turnkey” solutions to the major difficulties of the world. We prefer instructional videos to teachers, drones to troops, incentives to institutions.
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Ideas spread by talking. We're just relearning that social systems are the systems we keep trying to impact by other means and through other systems. People, their contexts and their motivations ,matter in how ideas and technology are adopted. Human relationships are perhaps more important to behavior change than any other influence.

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[Report] Social Data Intelligence, by Susan Etlinger

According to Altimeter Group research, the average enterprise-class company owns 178 social media accounts, while 13 departments—from marketing to customer su
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Love the key characteristics of social data, Fig. 3

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July 23rd Chat - Healthcare Price Transparency

July 23rd Chat - Healthcare Price Transparency | Sharing Economics and Strategic Openness | Scoop.it
Colin Hung Since the dawn of shopping (okay maybe a slight exaggeration), consumers have compared prices. Whether it was for papyrus, chickens, cars or flat screens, we have always sought the best ...
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Looking forward to the discussion this Tuesday, thanks for the quote and the great background on this important topic, Colin. Should be a great discussion. What's done today is not necessarily relevant to what could be done tomorrow.

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