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Cooperative corporations thrive

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

(Via Emergic)

Strategy + Business has a new article about cooperative corporations:

Cooperation Commons Summaries of Key Documents

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

A review essay of Matt Ridley's "The Origins of Virtue"

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

The virtue of human universals and cooperation: A review essay of Matt Ridley's The Origins of Virtue is almost 10 years old -- a call to arms for management scholars, challenging them to shake up the "Standard Social Sciences Model" of competition-dominated "rational, self-interested actors"

Acquiring Genomes: Lynn Margulis on Symbiogenesis

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

According to pioneering biologist Lynn Margulis, cooperation is not a sideshow, but a primary driver of evolution:

Audio from MIT symposium on Economics of Open Content

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

"Best of..." video: Toward a new literacy of cooperation lectures

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

Blackboard wins patent on e-learning

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

Charles Leadbeater on mass creativity: We Think, the book

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

(Via JOHO)

Charles Leadbeater's new book is beyond smartmobby: We Think. And he's put it on the web for download and reader comment.

Collaborative data-sharing in genetics research

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

Collective action, peer production, sociable media

By Howard Rheingold, 11 years 10 weeks ago.

A long, rich, quote-spiced post by Trebor Scholz explains collective action theories in light of peer-based production methods (e.g. open source, Wikipedia) and social media (e.g. del.icio.ous). You'll learn a lot more from this than from the scattered and disingenuously titled "Digital Maoism" of a few weeks back:

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