The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE)

download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler

download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download The Penguin and the Leviathan review ï 103 Experiments with pay as you wish pricing in the music industry reveal that fans will voluntarily pay far for their favorite music than economic models would ever predic Many self regulating communities from the lobster fishermen of Maine to farmers in Spain live within self regulating system for sharing and allocating communal resources Despite recent setbacks Toyota's collaborative shop floor supply chain and management structure contributed to its meteoric rise above its American counterparts for over a uarter century Police precincts across the nation have managed to reduce crime in tough neighborhoods through collaborative trust based community partnershipsA must read for anyone who wants to understand the dynamics of cooperation in 21st century life The Penguin and the Leviathan not only challenges so many of the ways in which we live and work it forces us to rethink our entire view of human natu. A very good and uick read that explores how people act in complicated ways than are normally assumed by economists and also policy makers Systems have to take into account the ways different people will cooperate or act in self interest though these can often overlap when designing rules and incentives for action A Year Down Yonder reveal that fans will voluntarily pay far for their favorite music than economic models would ever predic Many self Getting Naked regulating communities from the lobster fishermen of Maine to farmers in Spain live within self Invisible Jim Crow regulating system for sharing and allocating communal The Vault Guide to the Case Interview resources Despite The Castle Diaries recent setbacks Toyota's collaborative shop floor supply chain and management structure contributed to its meteoric The Song of the Mockingbird rise above its American counterparts for over a uarter century Police precincts across the nation have managed to Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star reduce crime in tough neighborhoods through collaborative trust based community partnershipsA must Souls in the Great Machine read for anyone who wants to understand the dynamics of cooperation in 21st century life The Penguin and the Leviathan not only challenges so many of the ways in which we live and work it forces us to Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 rethink our entire view of human natu. A very good and uick THE WALLPAPER CHASE read that explores how people act in complicated ways than are normally assumed by economists and also policy makers Systems have to take into account the ways different people will cooperate or act in self interest though these can often overlap when designing SpongeBob Mix Match rules and incentives for action

read & download The Penguin and the LeviathanThe Penguin and the Leviathan

download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download The Penguin and the Leviathan review ï 103 What do Wikipedia Zip Car's business model Barack Obama's presidential campaign and a small group of lobster fishermen have in common They all show the power and promise of human cooperation in transforming our businesses our government and our society at large Because today when the costs of collaborating are lower than ever before there are no limits to what we can achieve by working togetherFor centuries we as a society have operated according to a very unflattering view of human nature that humans are universally and inherently selfish creatures As a result our most deeply entrenched social structures our top down business models our punitive legal systems our market based approaches to everything from education reform to environmental regulation have been built on the premise that humans are driven only by self interest programmed to respond only to the invisible hand of the free markets or the i. Talk is not cheap It affects us dailyCommunicating the values of the community Share the trust There is no one definition of fair The details of a norm are irrelevant what s important that everyone follows and knows them Driving on the left is not better than driving on the right Music distribution site magnatune let s people choose how much to pay From 8 to 18 The descriptions vary on every 2 8 is typical 10 better than average 12 is generous 18 is we love you People are not forced but can see the categories so they can decide if they feel generous or awesome or typical Send clear signals of what the norms of the system are People are not selfish always The dictator test shows that people can be selfless at a cost to themselves if the price isn t too high Different tests The public good VS trust game Punishment works best in public good game because we know it s not directed to us personally but to the bad actors In a trust game it backfires because people take it personally The lack of trust If the trusted says to the investor you should invest x or I will not triple your money that seems kind of a personal threat In public good games people also act differently over countries being cooperative in countries where rule of law is effective and fair People trust the state Also with punishment Corporations are beginning to see that money is not everything and not the only motivator Case study Toyota Numi factory in US Happier and effective workers Norms like customer service freedom to employees teamwork Rotating jobs training Continuous improvement kaizen suggestions by every worker GM before treated workers as machines timed them managers constantly looming over workers and micromanaging exactly how to move Case study Open source software and Linux IBM support for OSS and services around Linux Case study music industry punishing potential customers and starting with an assumption everyone s a criminalCase study Obama campaign Make high contributors 20% feel valued and welcome but you can also get effective work out of low contributors 80% by small chunksbecause low from large amount is still a lot Let people contribute as much as they want After the Falls result our most deeply entrenched social structures our top down business models our punitive legal systems our market based approaches to everything from education Then the Americans Came Voices from Vietnam reform to environmental Hell in a Handbasket Devilish Debutantes #2 regulation have been built on the premise that humans are driven only by self interest programmed to Say Your Abc With Me respond only to the invisible hand of the free markets or the i. Talk is not cheap It affects us dailyCommunicating the values of the community Share the trust There is no one definition of fair The details of a norm are irrelevant what s important that everyone follows and knows them Driving on the left is not better than driving on the The Outcast Dead right Music distribution site magnatune let s people choose how much to pay From 8 to 18 The descriptions vary on every 2 8 is typical 10 better than average 12 is generous 18 is we love you People are not forced but can see the categories so they can decide if they feel generous or awesome or typical Send clear signals of what the norms of the system are People are not selfish always The dictator test shows that people can be selfless at a cost to themselves if the price isn t too high Different tests The public good VS trust game Punishment works best in public good game because we know it s not directed to us personally but to the bad actors In a trust game it backfires because people take it personally The lack of trust If the trusted says to the investor you should invest x or I will not triple your money that seems kind of a personal threat In public good games people also act differently over countries being cooperative in countries where ಅಮ್ಮಾವ್ರ ಗಂಡ rule of law is effective and fair People trust the state Also with punishment Corporations are beginning to see that money is not everything and not the only motivator Case study Toyota Numi factory in US Happier and effective workers Norms like customer service freedom to employees teamwork Rotating jobs training Continuous improvement kaizen suggestions by every worker GM before treated workers as machines timed them managers constantly looming over workers and micromanaging exactly how to move Case study Open source software and Linux IBM support for OSS and services around Linux Case study music industry punishing potential customers and starting with an assumption everyone s a criminalCase study Obama campaign Make high contributors 20% feel valued and welcome but you can also get effective work out of low contributors 80% by small chunksbecause low from large amount is still a lot Let people contribute as much as they want

download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler

download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download The Penguin and the Leviathan review ï 103 Ron fist of a controlling governmentIn the last decade however this fallacy has finally begun to unravel as hundreds of studies conducted across dozens of cultures have found that most people will act far cooperatively than previously believed Here Harvard University Professor Yochai Benkler draws on cutting edge findings from neuroscience economics sociology evolutionary biology political science and a wealth of real world examples to debunk this long held myth and reveal how we can harness the power of human cooperation to improve business processes design smarter technology reform our economic systems maximize volunteer contributions to science reduce crime improve the efficacy of civic movements and For example he describes how By building on countless voluntary contributions open source software communities have developed some of the most important infrastructure on which the World Wide Web runs. The Penguin and the Leviathan by Yochai BenklerThe Penguin and the Leviathan it s the interesting book about the dynamics of cooperation and working in collaboration in the 21st Century The main thesis of this book is to debunk the notion of a selfish human nature and how this knowledge can better serve our societies Israeli American author and professor of Law Yochai Benkler uses the latest in multiple converging scientific fields and a variety of examples to illustrate the power of cooperation This 272 page is composed of the following ten chapters 1 The Penguin vs the Leviathan 2 Nature vs Culture 3 Stubborn Children New York City Doormen and Why Obesity Is Contagious Psychological and Social Influences on Cooperation 4 IYou UsThem Empathy and Group Identity in Human Cooperation 5 Why Don t We Sit Down and Talk About It 6 Eual Halves Fairness in Cooperation 7 What s Right Is Right or at Least Normal Morals and Norms in Cooperation 8 For Love or Money Rewards Punishments and Motivation 9 The Business of Cooperation and 10 How to Raise a PenguinPositives 1 The very interesting and practical topic of cooperation applied to many facets of the human experience2 The author s positive outlook is refreshing and his personality comes through in the narrative3 Despite making use of the latest in various scientific fields the book is very accessible4 The author does a wonderful job of describing the Leviathan approach to society and why there are better methods now5 The strongest strength of this book is the many practical examples of cooperation in the many endeavors of the human experience Excellent examples that clearly show the advantages of a progressive approach to cooperation in business government and society as a whole 6 The shift from an authoritarian to a humane and collaborative approach7 The science behind our innate predisposition to cooperate Good use of neuroscience and biology evolution In practically no human society examined under controlled conditions have the majority of people consistently behaved selfishly Good stuff8 Debunks the myth of self interest A look at why the myth persisted 9 Collaboration in the animal kingdom 10 Social influences on cooperation What fosters cooperation Fascinating studies11 Neuroscience and the biological foundations for empathy 12 Communication communication communication Mediation as a model of conflict resolution13 The importance of fairness in cooperation in economics politics and social psychology14 The importance of morals and standards in establishing norms that lead to cooperation Many great examples15 Debunking the notion that self interest is the main driver behind our behavior Very interesting and thought provoking16 The most important factors in determining compliance17 The success of free and open source software An interesting discussion18 Three major factors why executive compensation fails in enhancing company performance19 The business of cooperation is an interesting chapter that covers high performance organizations that thrive on cooperation Even military applications The music industry20 The future of cooperation Benkler provides a list of levers to be the key ingredients of successful practical and cooperative systemsNegatives 1 Overall the book is stuck on one theme cooperation versus self interest which is not necessarily bad but the transition between sub topics is executed poorly 2 I would have liked to have seen the author support his arguments against stronger opposing views instead of less practical extreme views of Thomas Hobbes 3 I think a better title would serve this book better Ironically the author provides examples on how framing certain studies have a direct impact on the results The author s lack of name recognition can t overcome the book s vague title How many book would have been sold with a better cover and title4 Some of the game theory will throw some readers off 5 The author shows how open source software works but never once mentions Apple that takes an opposing view 6 A misspell here and there commonweal instead of commonwealth Nitpicky7 No bibliography notes or source materialIn summary I enjoyed reading this book As an engineer and manager I have been trained in the archaic robotic Just In TimeJITand other similar top down approaches to the now flexible and cooperative styles so the book s many practical examples resonated with me Benkler succeeds in driving home his main thesis of cooperation over self interest by providing many interesting examples throughout the book The lack of source material and references hurts those of us who would like to pursue some of the topics in depth That being said Benkler provides a very useful and positive outlook on how to improve societies via a cooperative approach that does not necessarily disregard elements of self interest If you want to learn about the power of cooperation this is a recommended book Further suggestions Good Strategy Bad Strategy by Richard P Rumelt What Money Can t Buy by Michael J Sandel Human by Michael S Gazzaniga 50 Popular Beliefs that People Think Are True by Guy P Harrison Lying by Sam Harris The Better Angel of Our Nature and The Blank Slate by Steven Pinker The Compass of Pleasure David J Linden Hardwired Behavior by Laurence Tancredi and Mistakes Were Made by Carol Tavris


10 thoughts on “The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE)

  1. says: The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download

    The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) It's important to stress that what drives humans is not just profit but also kindness and interest for others It would not even need to be stated if there hadn't been such a cynical push in the opposite direction as all sorts of laws and eco

  2. says: Yochai Benkler À 3 download download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan

    The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download This is a good an important book Benkler's first? book The Wealth of Networks was too dense to be accessible and The Penguin and the Leviathan is much better in that regardBenkler's key claim is that people are motivated much by non monetary influences than we thought We have always known that people aren't fully self serving but we treated

  3. says: The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) Yochai Benkler À 3 download read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan

    read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan Yochai Benkler À 3 download The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) Talk is not cheap It affects us dailyCommunicating the values of the community Share the trust There is no one definition of fair The details of a norm are irrelevant what's important that everyone follows and knows them Driving on the left is not better than driving on the right Music distribution site magnatune let's people choose how much to pay From 8 to 18 The descriptions vary on every 2 8 is typical 10 better t

  4. says: Yochai Benkler À 3 download download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE)

    The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan The Penguin and the Leviathan by Yochai BenklerThe Penguin and the Leviathan it's the interesting book about the dynamics of cooperation and working in collaboration in the 21st Century The main thesis of this bo

  5. says: The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE)

    The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan Since the early 1980s there has been an aggressive attempt to frame cultural tradition towards the neoliberal ethic of self interest and greed in the late stage of capitalist triumph Similarly the Go Go generation

  6. says: read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download

    download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan This is an extremely well written and easy to read book which I stress because reading some of Benkler's earlier work was like wading through treacle It covers all the main scientific debates about cooperation as a social cultural an

  7. says: download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Yochai Benkler À 3 download read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan

    The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) Yochai Benkler À 3 download download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler Good Examples So So ExecutionThe book's thesis is that the historical pattern of our society of swinging between the extremes of Hobbe's rule of law Leviathan and Adam Smith's laissez fair The Invisible Hand of economic maximization doesn't work in the long term Appealing to the open source model used in the co

  8. says: The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE)

    The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) A very good and uick read that explores how people act in complicated ways than are normally assumed by economists and also policy makers Systems have to take into account the ways different people will cooperate or act in self interest though these can often overlap when designing rules and incentives for action

  9. says: The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) Yochai Benkler À 3 download

    Yochai Benkler À 3 download download Ü eBook or Kindle ePUB À Yochai Benkler The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) Excellent illuminating research generally well structures and clearly appliedI took issue with Prof Benkler's repeated return to Wikipedia as th

  10. says: The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) read & download The Penguin and the Leviathan

    Yochai Benkler À 3 download The Penguin and the Leviathan (KINDLE) Compact and comprehensive on cooperationIt is a great book about cooperation It collect all the relevant knowledge

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • Hardcover
  • 262
  • The Penguin and the Leviathan
  • Yochai Benkler
  • English
  • 26 January 2019
  • 9780385525763