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The Case For Collaborative Consumption

Rachel explores how online communities created around sharing cars, goods and short-term accommodation is changing human behavior.

Filmed at TEDxSydney


Sharing’s Not Just for Start-ups

How can traditional organizations apply collaborative thinking to meet emerging customer needs and create new sources of value?


The Sharing Economy Lacks a Shared Definition

What do terms like “peer economy,” “collaborative economy,” and “collaborative consumption” mean and can they be used synonymously? Rachel provides some clarity on these definitions.


How we treat people will ultimately drive our world

Rachel explains that reputation capital will lead to an economy that is incredibly empowering, taking us away from a financial world based largely on faceless transactions and moving us to an age built on humanness.

Filmed at Wired Money


Making Sense of the Collaborative Economy

Nesta UK in collaboration with Collaborative Lab, aims to answer some big questions regarding this new economic activity, focusing on the UK context.


Talkin’ About an AI Revolution

How is Joshua Browder rethinking legal assistance for the 21st century? Learn how his chatbot, DoNotPay, plans to help people with legal issues ranging from parking tickets to refugee status, in this month’s “Industry Hackers” column.


The Bright Future of Carsharing

A graphic showing the car sharing landscape when it was mapped out in 2011. This is the joint work of Collaborative Fund and Hyperakt. “The Bright Future of Car Sharing” explores car sharing and its impact around the world.


Collaborative Consumption

Rachel says that if the 20th century was defined by hyper consumption, the 21st century will be defined by collaborative consumption. She describes collaborative consumption to be about “reputation, community and shared access” as opposed to “credit, advertising and individual ownership”.

Filmed at Wired


Beyond Zipcar: Collaborative Consumption

This article is adapted from the book “What’s Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption”. It describes the three systems collaborative consumption companies can be organized into: product service systems, redistribution markets and collaborative lifestyles.


What’s Mine Is Yours

A ‘Big Shift’ from the 20th century, a time defined by hyper-consumption, to a 21st century age of Collaborative Consumption, is underway.