Collaborative business models from Lending Club to Airbnb to Uber are rapidly challenging and changing industries. Rachel gets underneath the disruption, making sense of the big shifts this new economy is creating and strategies for brands to get on the right sense of the ‘sharing’ transformation.
What's mine is yours
A ground-breaking book, What’s Mine is Yours defines the theory of "collaborative consumption," and explains how it is transforming the traditional landscape of business and society. It charts the rise of leading companies such as Airbnb, LendingClub and RelayRides that uses digital technologies to enable the sharing and exchange of all kinds of assets from spaces to skills to 'stuff' in ways that represent a new era of trust.
Rachel explains the real magic, that makes companies like Airbnb and Taskrabbit work - the power of technology to build trust between strangers and create what she calls 'reputation capital'. Filmed at TED Global Watch
Rachel Botsman, currently teaching an M.B.A. course on the collaborative economy at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, says the sharing economy is transforming the labor market to the benefit of millions of workers. Andrew Keen, executive director of the Silicon Valley innovation salon Futurecast, says workers in the sharing economy are being shortchanged. Read More
A new trust framework is emerging in the collaborative economy, the ‘Trust Stack’.
What makes Estonia one of the most wired countries in the world? Rachel examines the digital infrastructure that is powering this small nation.
The terms “sharing economy,” “peer economy,” “collaborative economy,” “on-demand economy,” “collaborative consumption” are often being used interchangeably. Rachel provides clarifications and current definitions to these terms, in this article released on FastCompany.
Rachel Botsman, currently teaching an M.B.A. course on the collaborative economy at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, says the sharing economy is transforming the labor market to the benefit of millions of workers. Andrew Keen, executive director of the Silicon Valley innovation salon Futurecast, says workers in the sharing economy are being shortchanged.
What are the implications of review systems on how people behave on person-to-person driven platforms? What important questions does user data collection on these platforms pose to people?
A lot of organizations are bringing in chief digital officers to oversee innovation and technology.But what do chief digital officers do? And what is the measure of their success?
Why are high cost professional service providers such as lawyers, accountants and management consultants logical targets for disruptive business models?
What can big businesses learn about loyalty from collaborative economy brands?Rachel discusses the opportunities to engage people and build loyalty in new ways.
Why do tech predictions from even our greatest thinkers and innovators – Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Paul Krugman – fail?
How do you identify the opportunities to disrupt and innovate in the collaborative economy? Focus on these five areas where customers feel pain.
Rachel challenges the Jewish Community to devise ways to tap underutilized assets in their communities just like companies such as Airbnb and Lyft do.
Filmed at The General Assembly of Jewish Federations