Every major business era shifts sources of competitive advantage and displaces sources of power. The confluence of advances in social, mobile and cloud technologies has begun to shift economic power from large-scale institutions that dominated the industrial age through sheer size and economies of scale to self-organizing individuals and loosely governed networks. The ability to self-organize in order to produce and repurpose products and information has reduced the efficacy of long-standing business frameworks, processes, and decision-making.
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