Clay Shirky On The Complexity And Collapse Of Business Models
Clay Shirky investigates the institutions of industry and the role complexity plays in a digital age.
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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