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  • Author:
    Alex Lowy,David Ticoll,Natalie Klym,Don Tapscott
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    0070633495
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    978-0070633490
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    McGraw-Hill Companies (May 31, 1998)
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In addition to writing bestselling books (The Digital Economy, Growing Up Digital, and Paradigm Shift), Don Tapscott is chairman of the Alliance for Converging Technologies, an organization with a "focus on competitive advantage in the digital economy," whose members include companies such as the Bank of Montreal Canada, Federal Express, General Motors, and Xerox.

DIGITAL ECONOMY: Creating Wealth in the Era of EBusiness by Don Tapscott, Alex Lowy & David Ticoll. Clearly, the digital economy opens enormous possibilities and opportunities. The challenge lies in turning the possible into the probable and then into the actual.

This work offers a summary of the book BLUEPRINT TO THE DIGITAL ECONOMY: Creating Wealth in the Era of EBusiness by Don Tapscott, Alex Lowy & David Ticoll. In Blueprint To The Digital Economy, Tapscott, Lowy and Ticoll argue that the digital economy – computers teamed with communication networks – has the potential to transform almost every consumer and business activity.

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Blueprint to the Digital Economy: Creating Wealth in the Era of E-Business. Don Tapscott,bestselling author of Paradigm Shift,The Digital Economy,and Growing Up Digital is arguably today's foremost expert on the topic of information technology. Building on the message of Don Tapscott's Highly successful book,The Digital Economy,Blueprint to the Digital Economy offers breakthrough insights and strategies designed to help today's businesses succeed in an emerging and highly competitive digital business environment.

If your company wants to be in the phone book in the year 2003 and beyond, read this book. John Chambers, President and CEO, Cisco Systems. The Internet revolution waits for no one-no country, no company, and no individual.

We hope that you find this book useful as you define and redefine your strategies for the digital economy.

Includes bibliographical references and index. We hope that you find this book useful as you define and redefine your strategies for the digital economy. Don tapscott david ticoll alex lowy.

Building on the message of Don Tapscott's highly successful The Digital Economy, Blueprint to the Digital .

Building on the message of Don Tapscott's highly successful The Digital Economy, Blueprint to the Digital Economy offers breakthrough insights - plus the strategies necessary to thrive and compete in the emerging digital business environment. The book presents provocative examples by executives from 30 world-class corporations who reveal how to turn digital promise into reality. They discuss their firms' goals for the future, and detail the networking and multimedia technologies that are helping to achieve them. Download from free file storage.

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Shows examples of how network and multimedia technology is affecting business

Wenes
An interesting compilation with many diverse contributors. However, most contributions come up with the same conclusions: things could be exciting or things could be terrible. Somebody just needs to sort it out. Not as powerful as `The Digital Economy' but a reasonable overview of what could be. Subjects covered include: EBCs and the nature of co-operation; GM's scenario matrix; sense and respond systems based on the availability of tacit knowledge; co-evolution within alliances; the need for alignment between values and systems; the importance of customer information in banking industry; content being customer driven in publishing; impact of internet on photography/video; as education moves out of the classroom, learning becomes modular and pulled; the evolution from passive to assertive consumer and the shift of loyalty from supplier to intermediary; how logistics will lead to the creation of virtual integration; the opportunities provided by network computers; self-organising business communities; "the network is the computer"; connection within cybercommunities; the biases of digital technology; the tension between cyberlibertarians and technocommunitarians; the impact of nonjurisdiction on governance; faith in government institutions faced with the `need' for regulation and security and finally the essential dichotomy: empowerment versus control.
Vuzahn
Drawing this blueprint to the digital economy required the combined labors of three editors (Don Tapscott, Alex Lowry and David Ticoll) and various expert authors drawn from academia, research and corporate leadership. The 20 essays that make up the book focus on industrial transformation, new rules for competing in the e-age, the computer-based network model and changes in government structure and policy in a networked world. The high-level authors contribute thoughtful articles, though some ideas overlap and some thick spots of techie language and academic theorizing emerge along the way. More problematic, since the e-commerce environment changes so quickly, the book has a slight air of déjà vu. Its discussion of emerging trends freezes in flight and becomes a kind of fluid history of a particular time in e-business' evolution. Still, we recommend this book - for the fascinating movement it captures - to the general reader interested in business- and information-age topics and to top managers.
Auridora
Not since the transformation into the Industrial Age has western society undergone as fundamental a change as it is now experiencing. The ongoing transition into a new economy, new social order and new political interaction is bringing about fear, discontent, and confusion. Tapscott's "Blueprint to the Digital Economy" is a wonderful primer for those unfamiliar with these changes.
This anthology ties together several social, economic and political themes into clearly organized, concisely written articles that both the futurist and the neo-Luddite will find engaging. Of particular value and interest was Tapscott's courage to tackle the issue of the changing seats of political power. While many change writers are eager to address the issues of the economy and social divides the Information Age will produce (spending more time on the issues of who will lose rather than how many will gain by this alteration), few writers have examined the meaning of information freedom to the power distribution of the Agrarian/Industrial political structure. No longer being able to control information, the underpinnings of Rousseau's direct democracy are suddenly within reach. Reversibly, while more information and democratization is possible with the increased connectivity of information systems, threats to privacy and individuality increase also. While the Information Age connectivity allows for greater globalization, it increases the likelihood and ease of regionalization and tribalization.
For businesses interested in understanding their roles and the markets of the Information Age and for those seeking a blueprint on how to adjust to the new era, this book's title is misleading. Tapscott does a fair job at bringing together a fundamental vision of the effects and potential of globalization, but this section is quickly becoming dated and will require work in an update of the book. Still, for those who have no background in the new business paradigms this book is a good starting point.
Arcanescar
I really enjoyed this book. As a senior executive who is new to the networked economy (aren't we all?), I found this book enlightening and informative. Developing Internet strategy is like learning about a whole new culture. Blueprint gives valuable insights into the new rules and the language of the Net. It helps clarify some of the implications and huge potential of e-commerce. With contributions from the world's top companies, I reference Blueprint on a regular basis.
Shakataxe
It is a great opportunity to write a review about this book. In short words I will say The Digital Economy is a must read book. This book is useful for seasoned businessmen, new entrepreneur, investor, and any one who wants to know what is the effect of information revolution in modern world. Should one be scared that there is going to have a drastic change in the business philosophy? To find an answer one must read this book. This book is divided into four parts, The New Rules of Competition, Transformation in Industry Due to Digital revolution, Interworked Enterprises in modern Digital age, and Governance in Digital Age. This book is valuable resource, rather I would say, is a must for any entrepreneur. Also this will be a valuable source of information for modern managers. I feel glad to have gained more information from this book I strongly recommend this book to every one who is being a part of Internet. Business, individuals who browse the net for news and information, and people who contribute information on to Internet. This book beautifully analyzes the impact of modern digital technology on business strategic, and it's socio-economic behavioral pattern.