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Why radical openness is unnerving and necessary: A Q&A with TED eBook authors Don Tapscott and Anthony D. WilliamsWhy radical openness is unnerving and necessary: A Q&A with TED eBook authors Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams

Posted By Jim Daly

Secrecy and propriety used to define our cultural and professional lives. We kept trade secrets, held closed-door meetings, had whispered conversations and kept the details of our comings-and-goings to ourselves. That’s no longer the case. We have entered a new era — one characterized by openness — in which our world and our relationships have […]

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A brand new TED Book: Radical OpennessA brand new TED Book: Radical Openness

Posted By Tedstaff

At TEDGlobal 2012, Don Tapscott gave us an beautiful metaphor for how society could function: like a starling murmuration. By flying as a group — dipping and diving as a single unit — starlings successfully ward off predators through cooperation. While there is leadership, there is no discernable leader. Tapscott shares much more of his […]

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The magic of a group think: TEDGlobal 2012 Day 1 recapThe magic of a group think: TEDGlobal 2012 Day 1 recap

Posted By Kate Torgovnick May

When you hear the word “innovation,” an image may pop to mind of an intrepid inventor toiling in isolation — Benjamin Franklin flying his kite in a storm, or the Wright Brothers testing their flying machine on the beaches of Kitty Hawk. But during the first day of TEDGlobal 2012, speaker after speaker touted the […]