We-think: Does Mass Creativity Work?

We-think: Does Mass Creativity Work?
technology
Dan Gould
  • 20 march 2008


Innovation strategist Charles Leadbeater has an interesting book out titled We-think. He examines the growing collaborative culture of the internet and its opportunities and challenges. Leadbeater says we’re at a crossroads involving mass creativity, crowdsourcing and the new world of shared and free content. He questions whether or not all this collective creativity is a good thing. In keeping with this idea, the first three chapters and the entire original draft of the book are available on his site.

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