Rise of Collaborative Networks

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By Team Srijan Sep 18, 2008
Here's a beautiful presentation on how the power of self-organising groups of people, who are more adept to innovate, will cause a shift in how institutions in the future are going to be structured. Although, it provides an insight on this development, the presentation does not give any answers on what practices institutions should adopt. However, I guess those examples are all over with Ricardo Semler and Semco in Brazil, Scott Bader Commonwealth in UK, Mondragon in Spain, and many others. The key principles, I believe, are (obvious and universal) going to be: democracy at work, love, freedom to express, an environment which allows human beings to express their gifts and talents and equal opportunity for everyone. The presentation at TED:  http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/charles_leadbeater_on_innovation.html

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