Posts Tagged: Peer Production

The Platform Design Toolkit 2.0 Final Release is available

On Wednesday last week we unveiled the final version of the Platform Design Toolkit to the Public. The new 2.0 Final Release of the Platform Design Toolkit also comes with: a step by step guideline for self adoption, a renewed website, a White Paper on the role of Platforms in the digital market that will be released on the 20th of October (join the thunderclap campaign here: http://bit.ly/PDT_TC)

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The Platform Design Toolkit 2.0 Final Release is available

On Wednesday last week we unveiled the final version of the Platform Design Toolkit to the Public. The new 2.0 Final Release of the Platform Design Toolkit also comes with: a step by step guideline for self adoption, a renewed website, a White Paper on the role of Platforms in the digital market that will be released on the 20th of October (join the thunderclap campaign here: http://bit.ly/PDT_TC)

The Experience Learning Canvas: support Ecosystem evolution with Platform Design Toolkit

We added one more great tool to the Platform Design Toolkit: now you can design the evolutionary steps of the Ecosystem’s participants

The Experience Learning Canvas: support Ecosystem evolution with Platform Design Toolkit

We added one more great tool to the Platform Design Toolkit: now you can design the evolutionary steps of the Ecosystem’s participants

On the role of Platform Based Peer Production and the Commons in the dynamics of Innovation

I recently wrote this article for Spanda Journal: it explores the hypothesis that cognitive capitalism and peer production can coexist in the perspective of an abundant economy, refusing the perspective that puts capitalism and private enterprise in direct confrontation with open, participative and cooperative ownership and governance models.

On the role of Platform Based Peer Production and the Commons in the dynamics of Innovation

I recently wrote this article for Spanda Journal: it explores the hypothesis that cognitive capitalism and peer production can coexist in the perspective of an abundant economy, refusing the perspective that puts capitalism and private enterprise in direct confrontation with open, participative and cooperative ownership and governance models.

On Capital, emerging Narratives and the Collaborative Transformation

I recently had the chance to dig deep into the role of capital and capitalism in the collaborative transformation. I’m doing this quest because at OuiShare Fest 2015 – which is approaching really fast – I will be looking after the program, and more specifically after a couple of tracks, mostly those related to capital and corporates.

On Capital, emerging Narratives and the Collaborative Transformation

I recently had the chance to dig deep into the role of capital and capitalism in the collaborative transformation. I’m doing this quest because at OuiShare Fest 2015 – which is approaching really fast – I will be looking after the program, and more specifically after a couple of tracks, mostly those related to capital and corporates.

Why Trust is not a Currency

Since today, I’m starting to publish specific contents about alternative currencies on Dropis blog. Dropis is a project for the creation of a currency dedicated to the sharing economy. See dropis.com for details.

Why Trust is not a Currency

Since today, I’m starting to publish specific contents about alternative currencies on Dropis blog. Dropis is a project for the creation of a currency dedicated to the sharing economy. See dropis.com for details.

The Revolution at Hand

The Revolution at hand— The fundamental moment in which design becomes a political tool has arrived. Whatever we choose to call it — P2P culture, peer production movement, open-P2P-design — will we be able to find new meaning cooperatively? Will we be able to participate with conviction in the revolution that is at hand?

The Revolution at Hand

The Revolution at hand— The fundamental moment in which design becomes a political tool has arrived. Whatever we choose to call it — P2P culture, peer production movement, open-P2P-design — will we be able to find new meaning cooperatively? Will we be able to participate with conviction in the revolution that is at hand?

Interviewing Joe Justice from Team Wikispeed on the Future of Manufacturing (and Consumption)

Joe Justice is the ideator of Team Wikspeed: a team of volunteers distributed around the world who recently created a prototype car that is open source, modular and ultra-efficient in just three months, using processes borrowed from software development, the world from which Joe comes from. In addition to being a visionary, Joe is a fantastic and discussion prone person and this interview contains a very open and fruitful discussions I had with him at the end of April. I recommend you read it because it will be useful to you to understand how manufacturing – and consumption – are fated to change in coming years if, as Joe says, we want to continue living on this planet for a while.

Interviewing Joe Justice from Team Wikispeed on the Future of Manufacturing (and Consumption)

Joe Justice is the ideator of Team Wikspeed: a team of volunteers distributed around the world who recently created a prototype car that is open source, modular and ultra-efficient in just three months, using processes borrowed from software development, the world from which Joe comes from. In addition to being a visionary, Joe is a fantastic and discussion prone person and this interview contains a very open and fruitful discussions I had with him at the end of April. I recommend you read it because it will be useful to you to understand how manufacturing – and consumption – are fated to change in coming years if, as Joe says, we want to continue living on this planet for a while.