475 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario

What do MySpace, InnoCentive, Flickr, Second Life, YouTube, Linux, the Human Genome Project and the Chinese Motorcycle industry have in common? They are examples of mass collaboration - where peers come together to create value. The pace of innovation and change is accelerating, businesses and individuals now harness technology to innovate, collaborate and challenge incumbents like never before. Evidence is strong that firms can harness collective capacity and genius to spur innovation, growth and success.

In his presentation, Don Tapscott will explain how winning companies innovate and succeed in the emerging Age of Collaboration. Don't miss this opportunity to learn the tools and gain insight required to succeed in this emerging age of technology.

Members: $50
Non Members: $60
Students: $30

After Early Bird Deadline:
Members: $55
Non Members: $65
Students: $35

Official Website: http://www.wiredwoman.com/mc/page.do?sitePageId=3203

Added by davidcrow on February 22, 2007