By Luc Quoniam
The hot “concept of 2.0", a outcome of "Web 2.0", discusses the emergence of a brand new sort, emancipated from the internet, which reveals purposes in all components of social job: administration, innovation, schooling , association, territory, etc.
This e-book considers the consequences of the altering paradigm for aggressive, fiscal and territorial intelligence utilized to innovation, price construction and enhancement of territories. aggressive intelligence is for this reason within the "2.0" and its values: perpetual beta, user-generated content material, social relatives, etc., horizontality, a renewed legitimacy.
This e-book, gathering contributions from overseas specialists, testifies to the heterogeneity and richness of attainable methods. It offers a unconditionally new means of comparing the impression of 2.0 with concrete examples, whereas reading the theoretical versions permitting the reader to boost in different contexts the defined situations of success.Content:
Chapter 1 aggressive Intelligence 2.0 (pages 1–21):
Chapter 2 administration 2.0 (pages 23–43):
Chapter three Sustainable improvement 2.0 (pages 45–71):
Chapter four company schooling and net 2.0 (pages 73–91):
Chapter five advertising 2.0 (pages 93–115):
Chapter 6 Parallax: mind-set 2.0 (pages 117–137):
Chapter 7 aggressive Intelligence 2.0 instruments (pages 139–160):
Chapter eight Patent info 2.0, know-how move, and source improvement (pages 161–178):
Chapter nine commercial estate (pages 179–194):
Chapter 10 Innovation, Serendipity 2.0, submitting Patents from Biomedical Literature Exploration (pages 195–217):
Chapter eleven Processing company information for Detecting organizations' worldwide Networking recommendations (pages 219–239):
Chapter 12 info estate and legal responsibility within the 2.0? (pages 241–259):
Chapter thirteen Territory and Organizational popularity 2.0 (pages 261–284):
Chapter 14 Triple Helix and Territorial Intelligence 2.0 (pages 285–313):
Chapter 15 neighborhood improvement 2.0 (pages 315–332):
Chapter sixteen executive techniques of Territorial Intelligence 2.0 (pages 333–350):
Chapter 17 collage (pages 351–361):
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19 We will close this chapter by highlighting the apparent contradiction between the economic theory which advocates that the value of a good depends on its scarcity and the definition of information whose value increases in proportion to its circulation. As noted by Amidon, “the economic theory has a problem with knowledge: knowledge defies the scarcity principle; the more it is shared, the more it is developed; the difficulty is in proper management of this precious resource” [AMI 01]. This divergence as noted by Fayard [FAY 05] is like Oscar Wilde’s maxim: “to the economists, everything has a price but nothing has value”.
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