"On each page of this work, you get a better understanding of both the wonders and the 'watch-outs' of living in this Open world." - Kevin Kimberlain, Chairman, Spencer Trask
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Brilliant and incisive it shows me a new direction for my technology. I will apply the principles of collaborative innovation to completing my work on converting waste to energy in... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Arundhati
Fully agree with the idea behind the book and the message it covers. However lacks information and clarity. Otherwise a great intro on the idea of corporate opennessPublished on July 16, 2014 by Dion Eade
This ebooklet challenges the reader to consider how connectiveness and collaboration are changing events around us. Thought provoking and insightful.Published on March 11, 2014 by Gregory J. Smith
This is a good introductory read for anyone interested in learning more about the considerations that should be accounted for when engaging in the issue of openness & transparency... Read morePublished on August 4, 2013 by Karen Schulman Dupuis
More a recognition of a trend than an explication of a trend ... the roots of it, however, implied in the title's 'radical' are left largely unexplored and I wanted some framework... Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Seamus Wilson
This was a very interesting read - and is relevant across a range of disciplines. I recommend it for everyone - the world is a changing place. Open your eyes and see it! :)Published on April 28, 2013 by Ms Joanne McKeown
I'm a big fan of the openness ideas when applied to business and government. I seem much of future trending this way. It's not deeply academic, but still worth the read.Published on March 29, 2013 by Jason
I like the book and really agree with the point it's making. I feel like it left a lot on the table; it could have presented a much more compelling case. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Nicholas Sowden