Don Tapscott is the author of Wikinomics, a book on the way online collaboration is shaping the economy and society. He is one of the leading authorities on business strategy with an emphasis on business technology and how it changes government, society, and organizations.
At the end of February, he spoke after the presentation of Us Now, a UK film about how the internet inspires community participation and collaboration. Here is his address as recorded by Volunteer Toronto and Taking it Global.
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