Reference: Transparency Killer App Plus “Open Everything” RECAP (Back to 01/2007)

Gregory UnruhGregory Unruh

Director of the Lincoln Center for Ethics in Global Management at Thunderbird

Posted: December 3, 2010 03:21 PM

Transparency: The Internet’s Killer CSR App

EXTRACT: Today “Wikileaks” makes the McLibel case look like child’s play. Corporate executives should watch closely as diplomats cringe under the sudden and violent spotlight. The same scrutiny is coming to the corporate world. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has already announced the private sector is his next target. It may be that governments find a way to silence Assange (Wikileaks.org is already undergoing shadowy cyber attacks to shut it down) but it wont stop the wave of involuntary transparency that the Internet provides. Transparency is the Internet’s killer CSR app. You can either get out in front of it or fall prey to it.

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Phi Beta Iota: The post is an elegant, concise articulation such as has not appeared elsewhere to our knowledge.  The lines are drawn, all that is lacking is the precipitating factor to launch the revolution.  “Profit Recovery” is going to join “True Cost” as the new meme, but instead of secretive beltway bandits maurading across the health industry–to take one example–it will be the public willfully exposing that which must be restored to the Commonwealth.

See Also: (46 Items):

1.      2007 Open Everything: We Won, Let’s Self-Govern

2.      2008 Earth Intelligence Network Brief to Hackers on Planet Earth (HOPE)

3.      2009 Briefing: Open Everything at UNICEF in NYC

4.      Design for the Other 90% Exhibit + “Micro-Giving” Global Needs Index to Connect Rich to Poor/Fullfill Global-to-Local Requests

5.      Event Report CORRECTED LINKS: Responding to Real Time Information, Open Systems and the Obama IT Vision [Google-Microsoft Meld]

6.      Graphic: Life 102–Open Everything

7.      Graphic: Open Everything

8.      Graphic: Strategy for a Prosperous World at Peace

9.      Journal: 21st Century Data Convergence

10.  Journal: DARPA & MIT Discover “Share the Wealth”

11.  Journal: End of Airwave Tyranny & Corruption

12.  Journal: Open Mobile, Open Spectrum, Open Web

13.  Journal: WikiLeaks Next Round BANKS

14.  Michael Bloomberg, Vice President for Education, Intelligence, & Research — Creating a Smart Nation

15.  My Talk With Tom Atlee: Primer on Citizen Intelligence

16.  Reference: Changing the Game

17.  Reference: Electoral Reform

18.  Reference: Hacking Humanity & Open Everything

19.  Reference: WikiLeaks Interview in Forbes–Promoting Business Ethics

20.  Remarks by Robert Steele at the Economics, Intelligence, & Transparency Conference, NYC 13 September 2009

21.  Review: Blessed Unrest–How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming

22.  Review: Building Social Business–The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity’s Most Pressing Needs

23.  Review: Creating a World Without Poverty–Social Business and the Future of Capitalism

24.  Review: Ecological Intelligence–How Knowing the Hidden Impacts of What We Buy Can Change Everything (Hardcover)

25.  Review: Everything Is Miscellaneous–The Power of the New Digital Disorder

26.  Review: Free Software, Free Society–Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman (Hardcover)

27.  Review: Governing Water–Contentious Transnational Politics and Global Institution Building (Global Environmental Accord–Strategies for Sustainability and Institutional Innovation)

28.  Review: Here Comes Everybody–The Power of Organizing Without Organizations

29.  Review: Participatory Budgeting (Public Sector Governance)

30.  Review: Serious Games–Games That Educate, Train, and Inform

31.  Review: The Change Handbook–The Definitive Resource on Today’s Best Methods for Engaging Whole Systems

32.  Review: The New Age of Innovation–Driving Cocreated Value Through Global Networks

33.  Review: The Populist Moment–A Short History of the Agrarian Revolt in America

34.  Review: The Social Life of Information

35.  Review: The Tao of Abundance–Eight Ancient Principles for Living Abundantly in the 21st Century

36.  Review: The Wealth of Networks–How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom (Hardcover)

37.  Review: The World Is Open–How Web Technology Is Revolutionizing Education

38.  Review: Wave Rider: Leadership for High Performance in a Self-Organizing World

39.  Review: Wiki Government–How Technology Can Make Government Better, Democracy Stronger, and Citizens More Powerful

40.  Review: Wikinomics–How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything

41.  Search: Seven Tribes (now Eight Tribes)

42.  Strategic Analytic Model for Creating a Prosperous World at Peace

43.  Worth a Look: Free Currencies Flow Project Now Open

44.  Worth a Look: Intelligent Design–Six Star Stuff

45.  Worth a Look: Momentum Crowdsourcing for Open Source Intelligence

46.  Worth a Look: Open Farm Technology

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