The Great Unbundling and Collapse of Local Newspapers

Alchemy of Change

In this post I’m going to drill a little deeper on something that it mentions only briefly – the “unbundling&# of the local newspaper business model. In 1994, just a few years out of business school, I started an online car-buying service at Microsoft called CarPoint.

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"Collaboration and Community" by Scott London

John Tropea - Delicious Community

How does it differ from other models of cooperation? 16] Collaboration vs. Other Models of Cooperation Collaborative partnerships can be broadly grouped under two headings: those aimed at resolving conflicts and those designed to develop and advance shared visions for the future.[17] "The power of position is of little help in this world of peers," Chrislip and Larson observe, "nor are the traditional hierarchical, political, and confrontational models of leadership.

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Links of the Week: March 21, 2009

How to Save the World

Recession scenes, from : from top: (1) 'tour' bus takes visitors for a day's viewing of foreclosed homes in Las Vegas; (2) part of a fleet of 57,000 new Chrysler SUVs sitting, unwanted by dealers, in Baltimore harbour; (3) unused and unneeded containers for Chinese exports pile up sky high in Hong Kong; thanks to Tree. BLOG Links of the Week: March 21, 2009.

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Fresh Perspectives: New Network Theory Conference

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

21st Century Organization Trends, thought leaders, and workable models for the successful 21st century organization. It discusses co-authorship networks, calls for a marketplace model to maximize the global brain, and to help transform the way science is done with: “an open source, community-driven framework/application for the integration and utilization of datasets, algorithms, tools, and computing resources.”

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At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

4 Buying Lessons from a Master Salesman Four Principles of Organizational Trust: How to Make Your Company Trustworthy Outsourcing Loyalty, and other Oxymorons A Tendency to Blame and an Inability to Confront Institutionalizing Trustworthy Social Behavior Selling Without Making the Buyer Feel Sold (Part 2 of 2) Selling Without Making Buyers Feel Sold (Part 1 of 2) Does Your School Trust Its Students? Harvard Business School 30 Years Later: Bring Back Joe Welcome to Charles H.

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