Personal Four Principles of Collaborative Consumption
By Derek Neighbors, Published on July 11, 2011
The four principles of collaborative consumption:
- trust between strangers
- power of idling capacity
- belief in the commons
- critical mass
I get to work at trying these out daily in my work at Gangplank and often times helping transform development organizations while consulting at Integrum. I think about them often and try to think of ways to apply them.
Have you seen any of these principles in the organizations you work at? play at? or frequent? I would love to hear from you about your experience in collaborative consumption.