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Don Tapscott’s “Wikinomics”

The age of the Net Generation (people born between 1977 and 1996) is defined by rampant online social interaction, rooted in individuals desire to be able to interact with one another immediately, any time (24/7), any place.

Websites like Twitter.com and MySpace represent examples of websites that keep users updated, informed and in constant contact with their friends, colleagues and co-workers.

Learning, like the workplace itself, is becoming more team- based and collaborative, and thus more dependent on a new set of technical competencies. Don Tapscott says in his book, Wikinomics that the ability to use a wiki, software that enables any number of users to easily edit the content of web pages, will be a required job skill in the next two to three years.
[tags]Web 2.0[/tags]

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About Jeanne Meister

Jeanne C. Meister is a best selling author of three books, internationally recognized consultant and keynote speaker. Jeanne is Partner of Future Workplace, a consulting firm dedicated to assisting organizations in re-thinking, re-imagining and re-inventing the workplace. Jeanne was recently voted by her peers as one of the 20 top influential training professionals in the United States. Jeanne’s name is synonymous with the establishment and institutionalization of global corporate universities. Jeanne is the author of three books, Corporate Quality Universities and Corporate Universities. Jeanne’s latest book is, The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop & Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today (Harper Collins, 2010) is in its 10th printing.No information is provided by the author.

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