Ihe m na-agụ ugbu a na nyocha nke Wikinomics

WikinomicsWikinomics bụ akwụkwọ m na-agụ maka Indy Book Mashup (Akwụkwọ Club) ebe a na Indianapolis. Ekwesịrị m iji akwụkwọ ahụ mee ihe dị ka otu ọnwa gara aga, ekwesịrị m ịdị na-aga n'ihu Ndị Aboriginal.

There's a reason why it took so long. This is just my personal opinion regarding this book, some folks would absolutely disagree with me. Shel Israel (who's book Mkparịta ụka gba ọtọ nyeere m aka ịde blọgụ), hụrụ Wikinomics n'anya! Echere m na ọ dọrọ na-aga n'ihu.

I have great respect for Don Tapscott, he's an author who is solidly established in the business and technology world. But this book was gruelling to get through and lacked excitement for this incredible stage in our evolution as human beings. Maybe I'm going overboard but Social Networking is both connecting and changing the world, economies, democracy, business, intellectual property, and communication as we know it. It's a revolution!

Ọ bụ ezie na ọ gụrụ dị ka akwụkwọ Insurance, ọ nwere ike iju gị anya na echere m na ọ ga-abụ mmeghe ọ bụghị to buy and read this book. It's a thorough analysis of the Wiki movement with excellent use cases spread throughout. If I were to read it all over again, though, I would simply read Chapter 8 on. This is where the meat of the book is.

Isi nke 8 na-akọwa "Ntọala Osisi Globalwa", Echere m na nke a na-achịkọta atụmatụ niile azụmaahịa kwesịrị iji wee bụrụ na nye ndụmọdụ ka ị gaa n'ahịa:

  1. Gbado anya na ndị ọkwọ ụgbọ ala dị oke mkpa
  2. Tinye uru site na nhazi
  3. Gbanye ngwa ngwa, nhazi usoro nhazi
  4. Njikota modular ije
  5. Mepụta usoro uzo na oke nha
  6. Kesaa mmefu na ọghọm dị na ya
  7. Na-eche nche nke ọma n'ọdịnihu

Starfish na Ududo
I'm not adding Wikinomics book to my ndepụta ọgụgụ ọgụgụ akwadoro, it's simply too much book to bring home the key points. Now on to my next read, Starfish na Spider: Ike a na-apụghị igbochi nke nzukọ ndị na-enweghị isi.

Enwere m nyocha ole na ole ọzọ m ga-eme ma e wezụga ndị a:
Kiss Theory NdeewoAmamihe nke Ezi-efe efe

I'm almost done with Amamihe nke Ezi-efe efe. It's a fantastic book for any leader to put on their nightstand or the corner of their desk. Jack Hayhow has clearly articulated what great leaders have in common, joined by colorful stories and inspirational quotes.

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