The acclaimed bestseller that's teaching the world about the power of mass collaboration.
Translated into more than twenty languages and named one of the best business books of the year by reviewers around the world, Wikinomics has become essential reading for business people everywhere. It explains how mass collaboration is happening not just at Web sites like Wikipedia and YouTube, but at traditional companies that have embraced technology to breathe new life into their enterprises.
This national bestseller reveals the nuances that drive wikinomics, and share fascinating stories of how masses of people (both paid and volunteer) are now creating TV news stories, sequencing the human gnome, remixing their favorite music, designing software, finding cures for diseases, editing school texts, inventing new cosmetics, and even building motorcycles.
”It gives us a good idea about a lot of websites that many people would not have heard at all. Sort of an almanac of good sites in a single book. That apart there are quite a few interesting insights ...” -- Goodreads
”This book provides great insights into the world of greater collaboration both off and on-line. Examples of successful collaborative developments that embrace transparency include Linux and IBM.” -- Goodreads
”Interesting in some parts, with some new ideas. Unfortunately it lacked some thorough editing to remove several repetitions of some concepts that get reinstated time and time again.Could be a good tool to explain web 2.0 / collaboration to someon with no experience of it, for people familiar with the current "web 2.0" situation there are some nuggets, but most information will taste stale.” -- LibraryThing
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