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Wishlist of Books Exploring Collaborative Consumption & Collaborative Production

CODE: Collaborative Ownership and the Digital Economy (Leonardo Book Series): Rishab Ghosh: 9780262572361: Amazon.com...

"CODE is a mature and sophisticated exploration of the most important issues related to creativity in the digital age. The broad mix of scholars, offering extraordinarily insightful perspectives, makes this collection essential for understanding this critically important set of questions." Lawrence Lessig, Stanford Law School, author of Free Culture

What's Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption

Business consultant Botsman and entrepreneur Rogers track the rise of a fascinating new consumer behavior they call "collaborative consumption." Driven by growing dissatisfaction with their role as robotic consumers manipulated by marketing, people are turning more and more to models of consumption that emphasize usefulness over ownership, community over selfishness, and sustainability over novelty.

Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy

Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy - Kindle edition by Amy C. Edmondson, Edgar H. Schein. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy.

Sharing is Good: How to Save Money, Time and Resources through Collaborative Consumption

"Sharing is Good is great! Readable and inspiring! It not only gives a good picture of the essentials of the sharing movement, it captures some of the underlying philosophy--sharing is not just about trading a few books or clothes, it's about creating a new, exciting, inspiring culture."

The Mesh: Why the Future of Business Is Sharing

"Lisa Gansky sees around corners and describes a future that seems impossible...until you realize that it's imminent. The Mesh is a very big idea." -Seth Godin "Lisa Gansky makes a compelling case for the new competitive logic of sharing- and shows how to build not just a single company, but an entire business ecosystem, around this concept.

Sacred Economics: Money, Gift, and Society in the Age of Transition

Sacred Economics:"This brilliant and beautifully written book is an indispensable must-read for all those who believe our economic system is terminally sick and in need of radical, sacred rehaul. Charles Eisenstein has the great gift of being able to make complex ideas both thrilling and inspiring.

Sacred Economics: The Currency of Life

Advance praise for Sacred Economics: Occasionally in human history a clear voice of good sense and compassion rises from the multitudes caught in the memetic mud of obsolete ideas about current reality. Thomas Jefferson was such a voice when he stated: "All men are created equal" at a time when there was no equality, at all.

Collaborative Advantage: Winning through Extended Enterprise Supplier Networks

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The Firm as a Collaborative Community: The Reconstruction of Trust in the Knowledge Economy

"This is a heroic work by contemporary standards. Not only does it mount a wide-ranging argument connecting many contemporary changes, but... it is exceptionally well-integrated, in start contrast with many edited collections these days....

Collaboration: How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Build Common Ground, and Reap Big Results: Morten Hansen: 9781422115152: ...

"Hansen's book is a good and practical read - an excellent example of making academic research accessible" - Federal Computer Week

Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything

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The Culture of Collaboration

The in-box culture is dead," insists Rosen, so information workers need to learn how to come together on projects spontaneously in real time, instead of handling assignments alone and passing them down the line. He sees electronic tools like instant messaging and video conferencing as indispensable for collaboration, particularly for people who work thousands of miles apart.

Radical Collaboration: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships

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Collaboration: What Makes It Work, 2nd Edition: A Review of Research Literature on Factors Influencing Successful Col...

Essential reading for anyone interested in collaboration. A well done summary of what the latest research says! -- Sharon Kagan, Senior Associate, The Bush Center for Child Development and Social Policy, Yale UniversityThe list of factors will be very useful.

Collaboration Handbook: Creating, Sustaining, and Enjoying the Journey

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The Culture of Collaboration

The in-box culture is dead," insists Rosen, so information workers need to learn how to come together on projects spontaneously in real time, instead of handling assignments alone and passing them down the line. He sees electronic tools like instant messaging and video conferencing as indispensable for collaboration, particularly for people who work thousands of miles apart.

Collaborate: The Art of We: Dan Sanker: 9781118114728: Amazon.com: Books

Q&A with the Author Dan Sanker Author Dan Sanker When did you first realize that collaboration was powerful? It started in grad school. I was fortunate to work with some teammates with deep tech experience, and I saw the power of collaboration.

42 Rules for Successful Collaboration by David Coleman - 42 Rules

What's it about? In "42 Rules for Successful Collaboration (2nd Edition)" (also available in our management bundle) you will learn that whether you are a 5-person team or a 50,000 person company, some of the same rules for successful collaboration apply.

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Scaling Up Excellence, by Robert Sutton and Huggy Rao

Scaling Up Excellence, by Robert Sutton and Huggy Rao

I heard Bob speak last week at an event, and he certainly had a lot of interesting things to say. I would recommend the book for anyone looking at scaling up a collaborative organization.

Rebooting Work

I heard Maynard give a talk late last year. This is a book everyone should read, as it effects all of us, and the changing nature of our organizations and how they will and will not be structured.