"A masterpiece. An iconic and defining book for our time. MacroWikinomics shows us a future ready to be shaped (and saved) by a global network of extracurricular thinkers. Take heart and take heed. Technology has shrunk the world so we can grow it anew. And the seeds are all in here." --Mark Parker, CEO, Nike Inc.
"Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams' insights about the power of collaborative innovation and open systems, and their call to `reboot' our institutions--business, education, media, government--haven't come a minute too soon. MacroWikinomics inspires by chronicling these path breaking developments and pointing the way forward for all of us." --Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google
"The MacroWikinomics assertion that `there has never been a more exciting time to be human' is spot on. The new engine of innovation driven by collaboration, openness, stewardship and the power of the social web gives all of us an opportunity to drive even more rapid, meaningful change across global institutions. This is particularly relevant for the technology industry, which has always been about
enabling human potential." --Michael Dell, President and CEO, Dell Inc.
"A majestic book--breathtaking in its breadth, coverage, and richness of detail. Don and Anthony have taken the trends of collaboration, openness, sharing, integrity and interdependence, and placed them in pragmatic real-life contexts across a plethora of spheres covering government and citizenship, healthcare, education, transportation, media and banking. Thoroughly recommended for anyone who's
interested in seeing how the world is changing." --JP Rangaswami, Chief Scientist, BT Group PLC
About the Author
Don Tapscott is Chief Executive and Founder of New Paradigm, a think tank and strategy consulting company. He is the author of ten books. He teaches at the University of Toronto. Anthony D. Williams has been researching and writing books about trends in technology and society for over a decade. His advice has been sought by international institutions including the World Bank. He holds a Masters in Research from the LSE and is Vice President and Executive Editor at New Paradigm.