By 2020, our world could be in the middle of a sustainable golden age, but it depends on how we handle the current recession. Carlota Perez, professor of technology and socio-economic development at the Technological University of Tallinn, explains how the global economy depends on technological advances. Related articles by Zemanta Wondering about Mark Stahlman’s The New Golden Age. Will there be a permanent recovery soon? (fredzimny.wordpress.com) 20 on 2020: Rosling, Perez, Sachs on how mobile phones will reduce poverty and why we must relentlessy harness new technologies (edu.blogs.com) Of Push and Pull (confusedofcalcutta.com) Letters: Better routes to economic recovery … Continue reading Watch this video: Carlota Perez – 2020 Shaping Ideas
Cover via Amazon Found at http://www.wikinomics.com/blog/index.php/2010/01/07/what-should-be-the-title-to-the-sequel-to-wikinomics By Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams Dear Friends of Wikinomics. We are just finishing the manuscript of a new book. The basic idea is that the principles of Wikinomics, the new Web and mass collaboration provide the keys to transforming more than the corporation (that’s what Wikinomics was about). Rather we can reinvent and rebuild just about every institution in society for an age of networked intelligence. Many of the organizations and institutions that have served us well for decades, even centuries, are stalled. The pillars of economic and social life that grew from … Continue reading Wikinomics – What Should be the Title to The Sequel to Wikinomics?
http://www.emergingwebmemo.com/2009/06/enterprise-20-its-knowledge-economy.html by Posted by Ethan Yarbrough at 12/6/2009 1:58 PM Enterprise 2.0: What Do We Call Social Media Tools In the Knowledge Economy? I have said on a number of occasions here and when talking with employees and clients that we all find ourselves squarely in the Knowledge Economy now. In saying that I’m thinking about how each phase in the economic development of the world, historically, has been characterized by one single element that was the fundamental driver of economic wealth and success. In an agrarian economy, if you had land you could leverage that into wealth (grow crops, … Continue reading What Do We Call Social Media Tools In the Knowledge Economy?
A lot of my post deal with collective intelligence. The post included her reflects about the potential collective knowledge. Inspriring thoughts for me as a I write this down on a sunday morning. Source: http://knowledge.insead.edu/Frenchsocialentrepreneurs090427.cfm —- by Grace Segran, Paris —- Behind the doors at no. 84 rue de Jemmapes along St Martin’s Canal in Paris, social entrepreneurs are busy working on their own and with one another to find ‘innovative solutions’ aimed at bringing about change in society. “We wanted to create a collective workspace where social entrepreneurs could meet and exchange best practices and ideas,” says Charlotte Hochman, … Continue reading Reflecting on French entrepreneurs finding innovative solutions