Posts Tagged: Business

Are Platforms reinventing Work in the Age of Complexity?

Are digital platforms contributing to essentially redesign the way we work?

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Are Platforms reinventing Work in the Age of Complexity?

Are digital platforms contributing to essentially redesign the way we work?

Welcome to Post Capitalism (plus 5 layers of Corporate Transformation)

How will business transform to adapt to an increasingly low energy, efficient and collaborative society? What will post-capitalist business look like? Building on top of latest provocative Jeremy Rifkin’s book here’s a further exploration of the Future Proof business.

Welcome to Post Capitalism (plus 5 layers of Corporate Transformation)

How will business transform to adapt to an increasingly low energy, efficient and collaborative society? What will post-capitalist business look like? Building on top of latest provocative Jeremy Rifkin’s book here’s a further exploration of the Future Proof business.

Why Open Governance and Scalable Leadership matter

What happens when the productive infrastructure becomes affordable and new cooperative models for capitalization and venture financing emerge? What new perspectives from this convergence?

Why Open Governance and Scalable Leadership matter

What happens when the productive infrastructure becomes affordable and new cooperative models for capitalization and venture financing emerge? What new perspectives from this convergence?

How to make your Company and Products thrive in an Age of Cooperation

As a reader who regularly follows the blog knows, in my latest piece I introduced some new concepts about the theory of niches and, in particular, I focused on showing how communities finally won a productive and inspirative role into the new cooperative product cycle that is gradually establishing. This piece, instead, is mostly about how businesses can thrive by collaborating with communities: means, perspectives, “places” and phases.

How to make your Company and Products thrive in an Age of Cooperation

As a reader who regularly follows the blog knows, in my latest piece I introduced some new concepts about the theory of niches and, in particular, I focused on showing how communities finally won a productive and inspirative role into the new cooperative product cycle that is gradually establishing. This piece, instead, is mostly about how businesses can thrive by collaborating with communities: means, perspectives, “places” and phases.

As the Conceptual Age fades the Meaning Age rises

For years, we filled our brains and the mouths of the transaction between the information age – the era of computerization – and the conceptual age in the hope that this could save western economies from the ultimate nightmare of globalization of work and offshoring. We believed that thanks to our supposed greater ability to design great products, experiences and eventually statuses, we may have succeeded to the threat.

The news is that this is not happening.

As the Conceptual Age fades the Meaning Age rises

For years, we filled our brains and the mouths of the transaction between the information age – the era of computerization – and the conceptual age in the hope that this could save western economies from the ultimate nightmare of globalization of work and offshoring. We believed that thanks to our supposed greater ability to design great products, experiences and eventually statuses, we may have succeeded to the threat.

The news is that this is not happening.

“Humanizing” in the Value age

I’ve been asked to write a guest post on Estrogeni’s Blog, a corporate blog of a communication and marketing agency active in Italy. I’ll never thank enough them since this led me to focus on some interesting concept that I’ll likely follow up on my blog in thecoming months. You can read the post in english on my blog or, if you prefer, read it in Italian on Estrogeni’s blog, you’ll find the link in the post.

“Humanizing” in the Value age

I’ve been asked to write a guest post on Estrogeni’s Blog, a corporate blog of a communication and marketing agency active in Italy. I’ll never thank enough them since this led me to focus on some interesting concept that I’ll likely follow up on my blog in thecoming months. You can read the post in english on my blog or, if you prefer, read it in Italian on Estrogeni’s blog, you’ll find the link in the post.