Preparing for the Net Generation

Posted November 11, 2010 | Leadership | Leadership |

Technical innovation is widely viewed in the developed and developing world as the driver for economic and cultural growth and prosperity. The growth of network services and social media have made new innovation processes feasible, and the members of the next generation of knowledge workers often have been among the leaders in such approaches.

About The Author
Robert Mason
Dr. Robert M. Mason joined the faculty of the Information School at the University of Washington in Autumn 2005. He served as Associate Dean for Research for the iSchool from 2006-2010. His current research interests focus on the philosophy and ethics of technology management and the cultural aspects of knowledge management. His recent research examines the impact of social media on knowledge work and how organizations provide post-… Read More
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