The Digital Economy

The Digital Economy

"The Digital Economy will be big among information technocrats, but the book is cogent enough to deserve a larger audience"--"Wired Magazine "With the publication of his earlier work on information technology, Don Tapscott established a ...

Author: Don Tapscott

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

ISBN: 0070633428

Category: Computers

Page: 342

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Looks at how the Internet is affecting businesses, education, and government, touching on the twelve themes of the new economy and privacy issues
Categories: Computers

The Digital Economy ANNIVERSARY EDITION Rethinking Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence

The Digital Economy ANNIVERSARY EDITION  Rethinking Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence

Read this book!” Ajay Banga, President and CEO, Mastercard

Author: Don Tapscott

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071835565

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

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“Twenty years of hindsight prove how deeply Tapscott understood the impact the Internet would have on the way we live, work, play and learn. This important book, now updated, is just as relevant today as it was then.” John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Cisco With a new foreword by Eric Schmidt, Chief Executive of Google Two decades ago, The Digital Economy changed the way the world thought about the Web and Internet. While everyone else was in awe of “websites” and "dot coms," Don Tapscott was among the first people to argue that the Internet would fully transform the nature of business and government. It goes without saying that his predictions were spot on. Now, in this new edition of his classic work, the New York Times bestselling author provides topical updates with a sweeping new analysis of how the Internet has changed business and society in the last 20 years, covering: Natural frictions between present-day Industrial Capitalism and the Digital Economy The radical effects of the Internet on traditional corporate structures and systems Dramatic changes in business collaboration and culture thanks to social media The rise of web-based analytics and how they have transformed business functions Government transparency, citizen empowerment, and the creation of public value Teaching and learning—revolutionary developments driven by digital content When Tapscott was writing the original edition in 1994, he was living in a world where Netscape had been just introduced as go-to browser, websites didn’t do transactions, dial-up was the only way to get online, and mobile phones sightings were rare. Google, YouTube, eBay, Facebook, Twitter? They didn’t exist. Preserving all the original text as it appeared 20 years ago, this new edition includes detailed essays ending each chapter—Tapscott’s highly informed reflections on his predictions, along with new forecasts of where the digital world is headed. Praise for the new edition of The Digital Economy “1994 was a good year. Netscape Navigator and The Digital Economy. With this anniversary edition, Tapscott provides lucid insights for the next stage of these amazing times.” Marc Andreessen, Co-founder and General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz “Brilliant. Governments can learn from The Digital Economy how to democratize access to prosperity, minimize social and economic divides and transform government and democracy for the 21st Century.” Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico “We’re now into three decades of terrific insights and analysis from Don Tapscott about the digital revolution! Read this book!” Ajay Banga, President and CEO, Mastercard
Categories: Business & Economics

Funky Business

Funky Business

27 The examples are borrowed from Tapscott , D. , The Digital Economy : Promise and peril in the age of networked intelligence , McGraw - Hill , New York , 1996 . 28 Davies , S. & Meyer , C. , Blur : The speed of change in the connected ...

Author: Kjell Nordström

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 0273659073

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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BUSINESS AS USUAL? FUNK THAT "In a world of suits, Nordstrom and Ridderstrale's message is refreshingly different." Business Strategy Review, The Greatest Business Books of All Time "Funky Business gives a unique, informed and defiantly Funky perspective on the new world order. It is the antidote to bland writing and bland thinking." - Tom Peters "Funky Business - the groovy bible of modern business philosophy" - Red magazine In the best-selling Funky Business Kjell Nordstrom and Jonas Ridderstrale launch a manifesto for difference in business. Move it. In 1995, 1000 new soft drinks were launched on the Japanese market. A year later, 1% of them were still for sale. Move it fast. If you are driving a 1990 model car, approximately six years were spent developing it. Today, most companies do that job in two years. Move it faster. At Hewlett Packard, the majority revenues come from products that did not exist a year age. Move it now. In Tokyo, you can order a customized Toyota on Monday and be driving it on Friday. More products, more markets, more people, more competition. In a world of abundance and excess, competition is total and competition is personal. Difference rules. If you think about it, most of what your business does could be bought from someone else using the Yellow Pages or an Internet search engine. How are you going to be attractive? By being more efficient? By doing it cheaper? Come on! This is the age of time and talent, where we are selling time and talent, exploiting time and talent, hiring time and talent, packaging time and talent. Today, the "critical resources" wear shoes and walk out the door around 5.30pm every day. Karl Marx was right; the workers should own the critical means of production - it's small, gray and weighs about 1.3 kilograms. It will move markets and it will make capital dance. Only talent will allow you to be unique, to escape business as usual. In this world we need business as unusual. We need innovative business. We need unpredictable business. We need Funky Business. This is business book as unusual. "Funky Business is a better book than most novels but it is not for bedtime. It will jerk you out of your complacency and make you question your very existence. It will transform your brain." - Customer Management Are you ready to let your talent make capital dance?
Categories: Business & Economics

Sovereignty Blockchain 2 0

Sovereignty Blockchain 2 0

In his book The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence, Don Tapscott proposed that digital economy is an advanced economic form based on a new generation of information technology and oriented to the ...

Author: Lian Yuming

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811938627

Category: Philosophy

Page: 240

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This book is a continuation and deepening of Sovereign Blockchain 1.0. It mainly includes three views: 1) Blockchain is a super public product based on digital civilization. 2) The Internet is an advanced level of industrial civilization, the core of which is connection; blockchain is an important symbol of digital civilization, the essence of which is reconstruction. 3) Digital currency will trigger a comprehensive change in the economic field, and digital identity will reconstruct the governance model in the social field, thereby changing the order of civilization. This book is not only a popular science book based on blockchain thinking, theory and application research, but also a scholarly work on the technical and philosophical issues of governance and the future. By reading Sovereign Blockchain 2.0, policymakers can quickly understand the basic knowledge and frontier dynamics of science and technology; science and technology workers can grasp the general trend, seize opportunities, face problems and difficulties, aim at the world's science and technology frontier and lead the direction of science and technology development; experts and scholars in law and legal fields can see new ideas, concepts and models of data governance; social science researchers can discover data sociology and data philosophy issues.
Categories: Philosophy

Digital Transformation of the Economy Challenges Trends and New Opportunities

Digital Transformation of the Economy  Challenges  Trends and New Opportunities

Socio-ethical problems of the digital economy generate vital challenges and risks in the way of human activity. ... Tapscott D (1995) The digital economy: promise and peril in the age of networked intelligence. McGraw-Hill, NY 11.

Author: Svetlana Ashmarina

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030113674

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 717

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This book gathers the best contributions from the conference “Digital Transformation of the Economy: Challenges, Trends and New Opportunities”, which took place in Samara, Russian Federation, on May 29–31, 2018. Organized by Samara State University of Economics (Samara), Russia, the conference was devoted to issues of the digital economy.Presenting international research on the impact of digitalization on economic development, it includes topics such as the transformation of the institutional environment under the influence of informatization, the comparative analysis of the digitalization development in different countries, and modeling the dependence of the rate of change in the economy on the level of the digitalization penetration into various spheres of human activity. It also covers business-process transformation in the context of digitalization and changes in the structure of employment and personnel training for the digital economy. Lastly, it addresses the issue of ensuring information security and dealing with information risks for both individual enterprises and national economies as a whole. The book appeals to both students and researchers whose interests include the development of the digital economy, as well as to managers and professionals who integrate digital solutions into real-world business practice.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Digital New Deal

Digital New Deal

A digital economy, but without digital slaves The digital economy was first considered as a topic in itself in The digital economy: Promise and peril in the age of networked intelligence, a prescient book by Don Tapscott572 .

Author: Riccardo Genghini

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9789403541952

Category: Law

Page: 336

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Digital New Deal analyses the origins of law and its relationship to language and economics and identifies 12 symptoms that point to an authoritarian involution of our democracies. It refuses to indulge in pro-forma techno-optimism. Neither does it pessimistically predict inescapable doom. A bright future is still possible, if we correctly understand the digital equivalents of categories such as identity, persona, home, document, signature, freedom and the close relationship between our fundamental rights and their digital equivalents. Riccardo Genghini’s research on a natural law for a digital society has been influenced in particular by Galgano, Popper, Sebeok, Rawls, Ong, Irti, Searle and Ferraris. As professor at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milano, his lessons (2007- 2017) on commercial law focussed on comparing the law merchant of the Middle Ages with the commercial practices of IT companies as Microsoft, eBay, Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft. First with CEN, now with ETSI, he steers the European standardisation on PKI and trust services since 1999.
Categories: Law

Das demokratische Unternehmen neue Arbeits und F hrungskulturen im Zeitalter digitaler Wirtschaft

Das demokratische Unternehmen   neue Arbeits  und F  hrungskulturen im Zeitalter digitaler Wirtschaft

Tapscott, Don (1996), The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence, New York. Tapscott, Don (1999), Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation, New York. Zuboff, Shoshana (2014), Dark Google, ...

Author: Thomas Sattelberger

Publisher: Haufe-Lexware

ISBN: 9783648074343

Category:

Page:

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In Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft zeichnet sich eine grundlegende Veränderung ab: Das Thema "Demokratisches Unternehmen" liegt in der Luft. Denn der Ruf nach Beteiligung und Einflussnahme wird insgesamt immer wichtiger. Zugleich erleben wir geradezu eine Explosion an neuen Möglichkeiten der Beteiligung durch die Digitalisierung. Dieses Buch greift die aktuellen Herausforderungen auf und stellt neuartige Konzepte für das Unternehmen der Zukunft vor. Hochrangige internationale Experten aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft und Politik zeigen, welche Vorteile, Chancen und auch Risiken in der Demokratisierung der Arbeitswelt liegen. Die Autoren verdeutlichen, wie alle - auch Mittelständler und Konzerne - vom Trend zur Demokratisierung profitieren. "Das demokratische Unternehmen" von Thomas Sattelberger wurde mit dem Preis "Managementbuch des Jahres 2015" ausgezeichnet.
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Dienstleistung in der digitalen Gesellschaft

Dienstleistung in der digitalen Gesellschaft

Tapscott, Don (1996), The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence, New York. Tapscott, Don (1999), Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation, New York. Zuboff, Shoshana (2014), Dark Google, ...

Author: Andreas Boes

Publisher: Campus Verlag

ISBN: 9783593502502

Category: Social Science

Page: 300

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Die Digitalisierung revolutioniert in rasantem Tempo die Dienstleistungsbranche. Das Buch dokumentiert die Chancen und Risiken, die diese Entwicklung mit sich bringt, in ihrer ganzen Komplexität. Experten aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Politik und Gewerkschaften präsentieren innovative Praxisbeispiele, Forschungsergebnisse und Prognosen für eine nachhaltige Gestaltung von Wirtschaft und Arbeit.
Categories: Social Science

Digital Value Migration in Media ICT and Cultural Industries

Digital Value Migration in Media  ICT and Cultural Industries

From Business and Economic Models/Strategies to Networked Ecosystems Zvezdan Vukanovic, Mike Friedrichsen, Milivoje Pavlovic. Tapscott, D. (1997). The digital economy: Promise and peril in the age of networked intelligence.

Author: Zvezdan Vukanovic

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429766282

Category: Political Science

Page: 134

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Societies today are in a period of dynamic change, highly fluid and contested in moving from traditional to liberal and from local to global, as well as varying from highly developed to emerging market economies. Alongside and facilitating this is a rapidly and exponentially changing digital media industry, including new technologies, multi-platform distributions and advertising models. This monograph highlights, identifies, evaluates and provides rich insight into the complex nature and meaning of different digital value migration in media corporations and ICT companies. It illustrates how such values affect both the internal and the external environments of media companies and industries, as well as prosumers' consumption. Including chapters from expert scholars and industry practitioners representing cutting-edge research in the U.S. and Europe in the fields of digital convergence, broadband, media and information communication technology (ICT) business and technology, the book helps academics, researchers, media policymakers and corporate executives better understand today’s undulating media and ICT markets. Specifically, it illuminates where they have come from, what is at stake and what forces drive and constrain them in global hypercompetitive markets. Ultimately, it aims relatedly to facilitate high academic, business and professional standards. This text will be of key interest to scholars, students and business and industry practitioners in digital media, media management, international business, media economics and media policy and, more broadly, to those in the cultural industries, strategic management, business studies and marketing.
Categories: Political Science

The Digital Economy and Competition Law in Asia

The Digital Economy and Competition Law in Asia

while Digital economy was a concept first coined by Don Tapscott.9 When Tapscott published his book, The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence, in 1996, the commercial use of the Internet in the United ...

Author: Steven Van Uytsel

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811603242

Category: Law

Page: 224

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The digital economy, broadly defined as the economy operating on the basis of interconnectivity between people and businesses, has gradually spread over the world. Although a global phenomenon, the digital economy plays out in local economic, political, and regulatory contexts. The problems thus created by the digital economy may be approached differently depending on the context. This edited collection brings together leading scholars based in Asia to detail how their respective jurisdictions respond to the competition law problems evolving out of the deployment of the digital economy. This book is timely, because it will show to what extent new competition law regimes or those with a history of lax enforcement can respond to these new developments in the economy. Academics in law and business strategies with an interest in competition law, both in Asia and more broadly, will find the insights in this edited collection invaluable. Further, this volume will be a key resource for scholars, practitioners and students.
Categories: Law