Business - Written by Don Tapscott on Friday, June 26, 2009 13:03 - 2 Comments
Applying wikinomic’s principles to risk management
I was recently interviewed on BigThink.com about risk management. In the short video above, I explain why the financial services industry needs more than just an injection of fresh capital and tweaked regulations. We need to rethink the industry from the ground up and apply the principles of wikinomics.
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