from  credit crisis to collaborative capitalism 30 slides to reassure you that all is not lost ...
let’s start by winding back the clock
500 years ago people worked from home, mostly farming & fishing for food
then people started selling goods  all over the world to a global market
the steam engine came along and made transporting goods much easier
and it also made manufacturing much more productive too
the industrial revolution was  a great time for banks (except in the 30s)
but was a shit time for children  and factory workers
until ‘managerial capitalism’ comes along
and everyone gets more of everything (at least that’s the idea)
but more of everything isn’t always good either
especially when it comes to easy credit
because too much credit makes it too easy to buy houses
and when banks start packaging, insuring and selling ‘toxic’ mortgages
they pollute the entire financial system
which leads the entire global economy  into hot water
so the big question is: where do we go from here?
well, what if we combine collaboration and competition?
because collaborative efforts  can do great things
(sometimes even better than  people who get paid for their time)
and competition produces great results too
plus it’s also kinda good to get paid
then we get an economic model where  the individual is empowered
because instead of  being at the bottom of pile
the individual becomes the epicenter of  their own collaborative network you
and has resources at their fingertips
to collaborate AND compete  in a global markteplace
from home, or wherever they want
you could call it ‘Collaborative Capitalism’ TO DO: * Col Cap logo * buy milk
and we’re trying it at ki work come join the collaboration http://ki-work.com
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Credit Crisis to Collaborative Capitalism

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  • Sound great, but put on a condom. Having built and managed collaborative alliances including coopetition alliances be sure to protect yourselves. A high percentage can end up in litigation, especially when there are large sums of money involved. Also be aware of cultural differences, and I mean differences in corporate cultures, slow institutional versus fast moving and flexible etc. Too big a difference will break any collaboration whether at the individual or corporate level.



    On the positive front, make sure all the individual strategies, motivations, purposes, needs, wants, incentives etc, line up prior to commitment to ensure you get off to a good start.



    Get this right and it's awesome.
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  • You speak my languge! I must be part of this TRIBE.



    Natalie Currie

    info@currieclinicalconsulting.com
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  • jalam, you're spot on. dee hock could be described as the 'father of collaborative capitalism'. amazingly, while VISA continues to be one of the most scalable organizations worldwide, very few people understand the reasons for its success. there are hardly any examples of 'chaordic' organizations, and very little interest from investors in developing them.

    however ki work is exactly that, a chaordic organization, indebted to advice from both dee and steve hock in its earliest stage of development. whereas with VISA the owning members are financial institutions, with ki work they’re loosely-coupled teams of category leaders and experts - super connectors and empowered networkers, who create and manage self-organizing teams. these teams are virtual outsource service providers that collaborate to compete in the $trillion global outsourcing market. in other words, from 'command-and-control” to “collaboration-and-control”.

    if we enter a serious global recession (which seems probable), millions of skilled knowledge workers will be looking to find work online wherever they can find it in the global economy. ki work is an enabling platform that supports the scalable global growth of this activity, in very much the same way that VISA enabled the growth of secure payment transactions (and becoming the market leader). these chaordic entities can only compete successfully through collaboration. see also ki work's Purpose and Principles http://is.gd/4mdo
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  • Interesting preso. tnx. Good luck to your venture.
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  • Jalam,
    The folks who founded ki-work can respond and make whatever distinctions they feel compelled to make regarding the newness of it but, whether or not 'collaborative capitalism' perfectly maps to Dee Hock's chaordics, what difference does it make to this particular presentation whether the concept is completely, inarguably new? Shall we only share things which are completely new? Is it even possible to share things which are only 100% new? Is there any set of slides in the Credit Crisis Competition which are 100% new? If so, please demonstrate with an example presentation, please.

    Further, Democracy isn't new, yet many of us still champion it and make endless presentations/appeals about its value to the 7 Billion people on this planet... Air, itself, isn't new but, who among us can wait even one, full minute to get the next gulp of air into our lungs?

    For me, whether new or not, the ki-work concept of collaborative competition is exciting enough and well-constructed enough for my interests...
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Credit Crisis to Collaborative Capitalism

  1. from credit crisis to collaborative capitalism 30 slides to reassure you that all is not lost ...
  2. let’s start by winding back the clock
  3. 500 years ago people worked from home, mostly farming & fishing for food
  4. then people started selling goods all over the world to a global market
  5. the steam engine came along and made transporting goods much easier
  6. and it also made manufacturing much more productive too
  7. the industrial revolution was a great time for banks (except in the 30s)
  8. but was a shit time for children and factory workers
  9. until ‘managerial capitalism’ comes along
  10. and everyone gets more of everything (at least that’s the idea)
  11. but more of everything isn’t always good either
  12. especially when it comes to easy credit
  13. because too much credit makes it too easy to buy houses
  14. and when banks start packaging, insuring and selling ‘toxic’ mortgages
  15. they pollute the entire financial system
  16. which leads the entire global economy into hot water
  17. so the big question is: where do we go from here?
  18. well, what if we combine collaboration and competition?
  19. because collaborative efforts can do great things
  20. (sometimes even better than people who get paid for their time)
  21. and competition produces great results too
  22. plus it’s also kinda good to get paid
  23. then we get an economic model where the individual is empowered
  24. because instead of being at the bottom of pile
  25. the individual becomes the epicenter of their own collaborative network you
  26. and has resources at their fingertips
  27. to collaborate AND compete in a global markteplace
  28. from home, or wherever they want
  29. you could call it ‘Collaborative Capitalism’ TO DO: * Col Cap logo * buy milk
  30. and we’re trying it at ki work come join the collaboration http://ki-work.com

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