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Creating Value in the Network Economy is a collection of 12 essays that originally appeared in the Harvard Business Review and that address this continuing revolution and its potential long-term impacts. Edited by Don Tapscott--whose previous, well-received books include The Digital Economy and Growing Up Digital--it assembles a series of provocative and pragmatic thoughts on the subject by such visionaries as John Hagel, Stan Davis, James Moore, and Charles Handy. Divided into three sections, the resultant works address fundamentals as they relate to the shifting nature of corporate value, the evolution of the corporation itself, and the effect all this will have on tomorrow's consumer. "Questions still outnumber answers," Tapscott cautions. "But the evidence is growing. Firms that don't reinvent their business models around the Net will be bypassed and fail." --Howard Rothman
Here's a book that I will keep within my grasp for years to come. Tapscott has pulled together in one easy read the seminal works of some of the greatest management thinkers of... Read morePublished on October 14, 1999
Where have you guys (below) been? Most of the articles in this book are insightful. Real classics which 99 percent of business managers could learn from. Read morePublished on September 29, 1999