Wikipedia Jan 15, 2001 Wikipedia Day
http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_timeline

Howard Rheingold- Smart Mobs 2002

James Surowiecki- The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations, published in 2004,

Tom Malone- Future of Work 2004

Yochai Benkler- Wealth of Networks

Dan Tapscott- Wikinomics
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Popularize InnoCentive

See also Wikinomics - Eric Schmidt interviews Dan Tapscott at Google http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zF0k6dEm0zQ
Goldcorp example- Peering- Opens corporations boundary- Shares IP- Acts globally-
Have to wrap head around doing something so radical
Doesn't buy idea if harness collaborative innovation that dumb things down. On contraire real talent emerges
Age of Participation. WSJ article re Viacom- threatening to job losses.
YoutTube a new distribution channel. Not going to beat it. Do a deal.
Leaders of old paradigms have hardest time adjusting. Vested interests oppose change.

MIT launches Center for Collective Intelligence October 5, 2006

Harnessing Crowds: Mapping the Genome of Collective Intelligence
Thomas W. Malone, Robert Laubacher, and Chrysanthos Dellarocas
http://cci.mit.edu/publications/CCIwp2009-01.pdf


But after examining these examples in depth, we identified a relatively small set of building blocks that are combined and recombined in various ways in different collective intelligence systems. To classify these building blocks, we use two pairs of related questions (see Figure 1):

Who is performing the task? Why are they doing it?
What is being accomplished? How is it being done?
WhoWhyWhatHowStaffingIncentivesGoalStructure/Process
Figure 1: Elements of collective intelligence building blocks or “genes”


NOTE: MIT CCI Handbook of Collective Intelligence http://scripts.mit.edu/~cci/HCI/index.php?title=Main_Page
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