Clay Shirky On The Complexity And Collapse Of Business Models

Clay Shirky On The Complexity And Collapse Of Business Models
technology

Clay Shirky investigates the institutions of industry and the role complexity plays in a digital age.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 7 april 2010

The latest transmission from Clay Shirky investigates the institutions of industry and how the role of complexity plays in a digital age.

By nature, Shirky explains, traditional business models are stuck in a history of complexity, over consumption and culturalization. With brands and businesses striving to lead the often cursory charge on innovation, a lack of simplicity and humanity renders them inflexible and disconnected with a increasingly agile population.

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