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Links 1 through 10 of 556 by Michel Bauwens tagged P2P-Cooperation

Many enterprises are struggling to adapt and evolve with today's changes and culture and technology. Social media consultant Jacob Morgan’s new book, The Collaborative Organization: A Strategic Guide to Solving Your Internal Business Challenges Using Emerging Social and Collaborative Tools, takes on this challenge, providing a comprehensive strategy guide to emergent collaboration in the workplace. In anticipation of our upcoming webinar Making Enterprise Collaboration Work, we sat down with Jacob for some Q

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SOMETHING surprising is beginning to stir in the outlook of young Russians. A pervasive cynicism about communal action that took hold after the Soviet state and its professed collective ethos collapsed may be making way for a new sensibility — the idea that citizens can organize, be responsible for one another, and ultimately have an effect on how Russia governs itself.

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’ve been thinking about some of the major obstacles to online collaboration, and how currency design might be able to help overcome them. As Guillaume Lebleu has pointed out, a currency can be thought of as a tool for enabling collaboration between a group of people. Markets would be unable to function without money, which provides a unit of account and a way for people to agree on the relative value of different goods and services. The ability to exchange, in turn, allows specialisation and the creation of economy: a very large, complex collaboration between millions of agents who do not necessarily know each other.

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Where did we come from? What are we? Where are we going? In a generational work of clarity and passion, one of our greatest living scientists directly addresses these three fundamental questions of religion, philosophy, and science while “overturning the famous theory that evolution naturally encourages creatures to put family first” (Discover magazine). Refashioning the story of human evolution in a work that is certain to generate headlines, Wilson draws on his remarkable knowledge of biology and social behavior to show that group selection, not kin selection, is the primary driving force of human evolution. He proves that history makes no sense without prehistory, and prehistory makes no sense without biology. Demonstrating that the sources of morality, religion, and the creative arts are fundamentally biological in nature, Wilson presents us with the clearest explanation ever produced as to the origin of the human condition and why it resulted in our domination of the Earth’s biosphere

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The strategy I recommend is that we accelerate the convergence of social movements across the world (a trend that seems to be underway already, as I’ve suggested here) by articulating the foundational values shared across them all  – including compassion, openness, diversity, tolerance, creativity, life, happiness, and perhaps a few more.  Based on these shared values we can articulate a shared identity that binds us together as a global community of people striving to re-envision our institutions so that they transition from being destructive of the planetary commons into a configuration that is regenerative and life-promoting for the world’s ecosystems and human communities.

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"An interesting article I’ve read recently was “Why Should I Share? Examining Social Capital and Knowledge Contribution in Electronic Networks of Practice” (Wasko and Faraj, 2005). What are motivations for people to exchange advice and ideas to others that they don’t know? It’s interesting, because it’s what we see all the time. I’ve learnt a great deal from people who left a comment on this blog, most of them (you) just leave a comment based on common interest, not afraid to share their expertise, no expectations for reciprocity or feeling obliged, but just eager to have a conversation on a subject that is a shared interest. So my thesis from experience is that sharing is a good thing, not only here but in organizations as well."

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"Several narrators refer to institutions which are part of the day-to-day functioning of the community - above all, the cargo system of unpaid community positions. This ladder-like arrangement of community officials and responsibilities is mentioned in almost every interview. Each member of the community is expected to carry out a number of cargos during his or her lifetime, according to aptitude. At the lower level there are quite a wide range of positions, but "higher" up the system there are fewer, more specialised, roles, attained (or at least accepted) by only a handful of men."

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"Mark Pagel, one of the world's leading experts on human evolution and development, visits the RSA to investigate our species' capacity for culture, cooperation and community.

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"A new study suggests the decision to cooperate with others comes from someone’s mood and his or her history of cooperation. The finding overturns the long-held belief that a decision to cooperate is based upon the rewards an individual believes they will receive"

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"In July, Edge held its annual Master Class in Napa, California on the theme: "The Science of Human Nature". In the six week period that began September 12th, we are publishing the complete video, audio, and texts: Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman on the marvels and the flaws of intuitive thinking

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