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3.4 Organizing without organizations and the introduction of social capital

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:32:05 PM
Sharing work, creating value with each other, undertaking endeavors together, helping others through social networks on the Internet: We are more than capable of organizing and self-managing these things without the help from a traditional organization. This idea has taken such flight that organizations who do not adapt and make sure they are connected properly will loose their right to existence and will disappear. In his book,
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4.2 The interdependent economy

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:32:32 PM
We are ready for a new economic model (and with that, a new social and political model, too). I call this sharing economic model, the domain of value creation within Society 3.0, the “interdependent economy,” an economic system based on: - Solidarity - Sustainability - Reciprocity Actually, it is a logical next step in the development of our society. History shows us a certain evolutionary order of ranking in different economic systems that, evidently..
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3.5 (Web) collaboration

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:32:18 PM
Sharing has become a common phenomenon that has long surpassed the “nerd” stage. Web content is shared in a way and with a volume we have never seen before. Our grandparents watch YouTube or Vimeo videos as much as we do. We share photographs on Flickr, important news items on Digg, and interesting websites on Diigo. With just a few mouse clicks, we place our stuff in an endless display. As said, this sharing is being done on an enormous scale: more than 1 billion unique ..
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4.3 The rules of the game in the interdependent and collaborative economy

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:32:37 PM
The interdependent economy shapes our new playing field for value creation. The personal is global. It is a playing field where we will have to mobilize ourselves to find solutions together. Everybody’s involvement is an absolute condition for this. We are deeply dependent on each other. We can call it a new form of collectivity and solidarity, but it is a solidarity driven by choice, and not imposed by government. It is a playing field where connectivity, sustainability, and reciprocity are ..
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