Institutions versus Collaboration – Value of Loose Networks
Back in 2005 Clay Shirky spoke at Ted about how closed groups and companies will give way to looser networks where small contributions can deliver big value and fluid cooperation replaces rigid oversight. Even though it was delivered four years ago, the video is still worth the time:
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