Review: Cognitive Surplus

In his new book, Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age, NYU communications professor Clay Shirky forecasts a big increase in creativity and expression over the next few years, as people stop consuming so much television, and devote some of that time – even a small fraction of that time – to interacting with each […]

Passion, Enterprise Collaboration, and World of Warcraft

In A Better Way to Manage Knowledge, a recent post on the Harvard Business Review blog, John Hagel III and John Seely Brown share some interesting ideas on what they call “creation spaces — places where individuals and teams interact and collaborate within a broader learning ecology so that performance accelerates.” This is a central […]