The original and comprehensive open-sourced encyclopedia of collaborative models and networks. Filled with everything you every would need to know about the emerging open, non-hierarchical, participatory open collaboration paradigm – facilitation methodologies, community building strategies, collaborative principles, project management techniques, new organizational structures, and system theories. This book surveys the examples of this open collaboration paradigm like Burning Man, wikipedia, open source software, couchsurfing.com, community gardens, bike shares, Open Space Technology, the United Religion Initiative, citizen journalism, participatory urban planning, ecovillages and Iroquois gift economies. Prescient, timely and award-winning – it is a truly unique, delightful, and highly-informative reference book.
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