The Power of Global Networks: Why Non-state Solutions to Global Problems Will Succeed

Can the kinds of 21st century networks that connect the private sector, NGOs, government, and individuals address wicked problems (climate, disease, water, poverty) in ways that traditional institutions can not? Through the Global Solutions Network, Don Tapscott, renowned for his insights to the digital revolution. is leading significant research to how multi-stakeholder, self-governing networks are transforming our approach to global problems.

Speakers: Don Tapscott
Festival: 2014

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