Tag: collabecon

  • Announcing a New Online Workshop: The Collaborative Economy Kickstart

    Every organization in the world is being impacted by the Collaborative Economy in some way. Smart organizations are engaging now by addressing emerging threats and identifying business opportunities. I created the Collaborative Economy Kickstart as a companion to our longer-form workshops. In 2.5 hours, participants will get a briefing on the Collaborative Economy, a facilitated exercise […]

  • Collaborative Economy Roundup for the Week Ending October 30

    Your Weekly #‎CollabEcon Roundup for the Week Ending October 30 We hope everyone is geared up for an extra #spooky Halloween weekend. Uber’s latest valuation and funding round might be scary (actually, terrifying!) We’ll get you up to speed on this week’s best #CollabEcon articles. Just settle in with some trick or treat goodies and read the […]

  • The Collaborative Economy Honeycomb v2: 6 Industries Added

    The latest version of the Collaborative Economy Honeycomb – visualizing the industries showing meaningful growth and / or activity – has been released on Jeremiah Owyang’s blog. The new version adds 6 new industries: Health & Wellness Logistics Corporate (Platforms) Utilities Municipal Learning   You can get multiple versions of the Honeycomb file, a directory […]

  • The Collaborative Economy – A Comprehensive Overview from the P2P Foundation

    The Collaborative Economy – A Comprehensive Overview from the P2P Foundation

    I stumbled on the following report from the P2P Foundation, and it was too good (and comprehensive) not to share. The main caveat with the doc is that it was published in 2012 and not 100% current with trends… but with that said, the content is generally helpful, and the editors / researchers were very […]

  • Dr. Strangeshare or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the “Collaborative Economy”

    I have a confession to make: I can become really obsessed with labels. Back in 2008, when I was producing events and conducting research focused on Online Communities for Forum One, the word “social media” hit broad adoption. I had countless debates with my colleagues about what we should title events and new research initiatives […]