- n. alternative spelling of wikinomics.
“Still, the broad themes first introduced in "Wikinomics" are encouraging for anyone frustrated by persistent big bureaucracy and big government.”
“After reading about these four principles, I realized that this thing called Wikinomics actually works.”
“The authors of the No. 1 management bestseller in 2007, "Wikinomics," last week published an update, "Macrowikinomics," about institutions still stuck in the past, with governments high on the list.”
“I think that books such as Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything have helped me truly understand the societal dynamics of all of these things.”
“Mr. Tapscott, also the author of best seller "Wikinomics," suggests that Freedom of Information requirements should include "tools of policy making: the models, simulations, problem-structuring tools and geographical information systems that policy makers use themselves.”
“The recently expanded edition of the "Wikinomics" book adds examples of how collaborative tools are changing governments.”
“Wikinomics" coauthor Don Tapscott says wikis have the potential to spawn new models for international problem solving and dialogue, increase transparency in government and open communication between citizens and policymakers.”
“Don Tapscott whom is the author of the ground-breaking book "Wikinomics".”
“Tapscott, Chairman of the think tank nGenera Insight and an Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, reckons the answer is to stop trying to sell songs at a set price and to think 'Wikinomics'.”
“The Council is pleased to unveil its first keynote speaker, Dan Tapscott, author of the international bestseller 'Wikinomics' and world renowned thought leader on the strategic value and impact of information technology for the networked economy.”
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