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Platform Cooperativism: A Global Movement on the Rise

Last November, the Platform Cooperativism conference -- a coming out party for the cooperative Internet -- took place in New York City, initiated by Nathan Schneider and Trebor Scholz. http://www.shareable.net/blog/platform-cooperativism- a-global- movement-on- the-rise

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What are we building communites or networks

Rising Voices, the outreach initiative of Global Voices, aims to help bring new voices from new communities and speaking endangered or indigenous languages to the global conversation by providing training, resources, microgrant funding, and mentoring [...]

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Learn to love networking

"I hate networking.” We hear this all the time from executives, other professionals, and MBA students. They tell us that networking makes them feel uncomfortable and phony—even dirty. https://hbr.org/2016/05/learn-to- love-networking

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Deepening inquiry for social change – Who, What and How?

People all over the world are trying to work together in more collaborative ways in order to change things for the better – within their organizations, within their communities, and beyond. Through our consulting practice, IISC [...]

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Platforms, Pipelines and Movements

Back in 2007 the five major mobile-phone manufacturers—Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, and LG—collectively controlled 90% of the industry’s global profits. That year, Apple’s iPhone burst onto the scene and began gobbling up market share. [...]

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How to use snapchat for business

Did you know that close to 9000 pictures are shared on Snapchat every second? Or that it would take you over 10 years to view all the photos shared on Snapchat the last hour? http://www.innomag.no/just-snap- [...]

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