- Value Networks and the True Nature of Collaboration
- The Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks
- The Knowledge Evolution: Expanding Organizational Intelligence
- What is True Wealth and How Do We Create It?
- Learning Links: Enhancing Individual and Team Performance
Table of Contents for The Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks
Pt. I — The Shape of Things to Come
- 1 Introduction: The Center Keeps Moving
- 2 A New Prosperity
- 3 Evolution of Business Thinking
- 4 Living Networks
- 5 Learning into Complexity
Pt. II — Operational Enterprise Knowledge
- 6 Power and Limits of Technology
- 7 The Web of Knowledge
Pt. III — Tactical Approaches for Sense Making
- 8 Knowledge Networks and Learning Communities
- 9 Communal Learning and Beyond
Pt. IV — New Strategic Perspectives and Tools
- 10 The New World of Intangibles
- 11 Intangibles Go to Market
- 12 The Value Network Perspective
- 13 Value Network Examples
Pt. V — Principles for Prosperity
- 14 New Business Fundamentals
- 15 Reflections
Appendix — The Knowledge Complexity Archetype Glossary of Terms
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