Don Tapscott

Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto

Don Tapscott is an adjunct professor of management at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and an authority on innovation, media, and the economic and social impact of technology. He has authored or co-authored 15 books, including Macrowikinomics; Paradigm Shift; Growing Up Digital; and Wikinomics. In 2012, Tapscott opened TEDGlobal, and his talk, “4 Principles for the Open World,” has been viewed more than 500,000 times. In 2013, Thinkers50 listed him as the fourth most influential management thinker and awarded him the Global Solutions Award. He is a Martin Prosperity Institute Fellow and a chancellor of Trent University.

Videos/Audio of Don Tapscott

Can the kinds of 21st century networks that connect the private sector, NGOs, government, and individuals address... See more
Data rates are growing some 40% each year, and the sheer amount of data has outstripped common analytics and staffing... See more
Author and professor Tapscott asserts that we are at a turning point in human history. Our world problems and their... See more
The new World of multiparticipant media — wikis, blogs, sprawling multiplayer online games, self-published sites,... See more
What do Wikipedia, Linux, the Human Genome Project, and the Chinese Motorcycle Industry have in common? They are all... See more