Author Archives: Macrowikinomics
Author Don Tapscott has opened the TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh predicting a new era of “networked intelligence”. The theme at this year’s conference, dedicated to technology, entertainment and design, is “radical openness”. Mr Tapscott interpreted … Read more
Don Tapscott discusses the Macrowikinomics paperback, the Montreal protests, Arab Spring and Occupy Movement. Read the full article on Global TV.
Todd Watson and I talk with Don Tapscott — speaker, consultant, and author of a multitude of books including Macrowikinomics — about networked intelligence, the digital generation, and cause for optimism. Read more
It may have begun as a music and film festival, but the South by Southwest (SXSW) extravaganza which kicks off in Austin, Texas on Friday has now become a key venue for discussion about connected … Read more
Located at the Rotman School of Management, the Martin Prosperity Institute is the world’s leading think-tank on the role of sub-national factors – location, place and city-regions – in global economic prosperity. They take an … Read more
It has been Don Tapscott, known for his book Wikinomics, to say that opening the traditional newspaper model to specialized bloggers could be an important chance for innovating the newspaper industry: “The model we discuss in … Read more
In part three of ReCivilization, Don Tapscott examines the future of health care and medicine, where patients become co-managers of their own wellness, and use the web to network with each other for support, knowledge, … Read more