Un camaleonte definito sharing economy. La sharing economy è un indiscusso trend del momento, perciò non manca di alimentare un proliferare di definizioni e classificazioni in perpetuo corso di affinamento.
Come delinearne quindi l’effettivo dominio, con coerenza e rigore, posizionandola rispetto ai modelli contigui e a quelli più tradizionali? Numerosi sono stati gli sforzi in questi ultimi anni per classificarla, a cominciare dalla pioniera del termine collaborative consumption Rachel Botsman (autrice di “What’s Mine Is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption”), fino alle più recenti analisi di web expert come Jeremiah Owyang (“Sharing is the New Buying”). [fonte: di J. Owyang] Sul network (vs. le istituzioni)Sugli attori e le loro relazioni (tipo di rapporto)Sul cosa si condivide (tipologia di risorse)Sulla modalità di consumo (ruolo della tecnologia) Le tecnologie odierne consentono infatti una gestione ad incastro dell’utilizzo delle risorse, ottimizzando quindi la loro fruizione.
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Come far nascere la prima banca italiana grazie al crowdsourcing? Come viaggiare in limousine a Roma e Milano con un click? The Post-Ownership Society by Monica Potts. June/July/August 2015The Post-Ownership Society How the “sharing economy” allows Millennials to cope with downward mobility, and also makes them poorer.
By Monica Potts Five and a half years ago, when I first moved to Washington, D.C., for a magazine job, I rented a basement apartment in a neighborhood called Bloomingdale. The area was full of Victorian-era homes that had once been occupied by mostly middle-class black families, right on the border where the Northwest quadrant of the city becomes the Northeast. But throughout the 2000s, affordable D.C. neighborhoods with trendy-sounding names like Bloomingdale drew gentrifiers who needed low rents—journalists, creative types, entry-level do-gooders, and shift-working bartenders and baristas who occasionally had Mom and Dad’s help—and so the neighborhoods changed. Last summer, I was laid off when my magazine dramatically and suddenly shrank to half its size. Britain's 'Sharing Economy' Is Creating a Desperate Servant Underclass.
Black cab drivers gum up a London street to protest against Uber (Photo by Chem Squier) It was seven o'clock on a cold January evening when Orhan a taxi driver for Uber first realised he had a problem.
Well into his second shift of the day, he tried logging on to the mobile app that connects him with his customers but found himself shut out and staring blankly at the words "network error". Just an hour earlier he'd been on Twitter arguing with disgruntled Black Cab drivers that he says were racially abusing him. This Attorney Is Suing the Pants Off the Sharing Economy—For Its Own Good. The Workers Behind WeWork. Two weeks ago, office cleaners at WeWork locations throughout New York City began protesting unjust working conditions.
WeWork is an international co-working startup recently valued at ten billion dollars that is based in New York, where it is, by footprint, reportedly the fastest growing company in the city. The janitorial staff at WeWork’s New York locations are demanding higher wages, benefits, and vacation time; they are also considering joining a union.
On Wednesday, they, along with sympathetic union workers from 32BJ (the local chapter of the national Service Employees International Union), and a drum and bugle corps marched from one WeWork location, at 222 Broadway, near Fulton Center, to another, at the Charging Bull, in Bowling Green Park. Speeches were made; the band played; confused tourists looked on. WeWork cleaners are not employed by the company, but by the Commercial Building Maintenance Corp., which is a non-union shop. CBM does not employ unionized cleaners. What will the "sharing economy" mean for health care? Boomers have marveled at the return of bellbottoms, skinny ties, mullets, and moustaches.
Memories of misspent youth, suddenly became exciting trends for the generations that followed. Now we’re discovering that the process of rejuvenation applies not only to fashion, but business models too. Airbnb and the Internet Revolution - Stratechery by Ben Thompson. Despite the fact Airbnb is, along with Uber, the poster-child for the new sharing economy, the former seems to attract a lot less attention than the latter, particularly among the chattering class.
I suspect a big part of this is the way people view drivers vis-à-vis sublessors: despite the fact drivers work for Uber by choice — and, as Uber is eager to point out, come and go as they please — while on the clock Uber controls their rates and revenue share. Not only does this raise the question as to whether or not drivers are employees, it also provides grist for countless anecdotal stories about how a company valued at tens of billions of dollars is taking advantage of drivers earning tens of dollars per hour at best.
Of course the nature of the relationship between sublessors and sublessees differs depending on whom you ask: hotels, facing real disruption from Airbnb, accuse the startup of being a shadow hotelier focused on stealing their business. The next big thing in the sharing economy? Yesterday we were driving cars to reach work, to go shopping, or leave on vacation.
But all of that might change in tomorrow’s sharing economy. Many of our fellow drivers have become “chauffeurs for hire” on platforms like Uber or Lyft. However, is another revolution just about to take off: “crowd-shipping”, whereby every day drivers turn into micro DHL or UPS couriers? Bits.blogs.nytimes. Think of it as Airbnb, with lots more fresh air.
A company called Hipcamp now offers “land sharing,” a sharing economy term for campsites on private land. Listing include a swimming hole in the pines, a pondside space in Mendocino, Calif., and a yurt supposedly ideal for practicing Tai-Chi. Many more such sites are planned. “There are a lot of people seeking privacy in great spaces,” said Alyssa Ravasio, Hipcamp’s founder and chief executive. “How cool to have your own waterfall for a weekend?” And how reasonable, at least in comparison to the sky-high hotel costs in San Francisco, which is the nearest urban center to Hipcamp’s initial sites. Business travel is buying into the sharing economy more now than ever.
It’s becoming increasingly easier and more important to integrate the sharing economy into business travel, especially as young people on the road for work regularly order rides on Uber and book lodging on Airbnb, according to a recent study from the CWT Travel Management Institute.
The global study from the research arm of business travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel looked into the impact of emerging technology on business travel. How To Earn a Six-Figure Income in the Sharing Economy - Pg.2. NEW YORK (TheStreet) — It may be time to quit your day job. Just ask Redd Horrocks. Two and a half years ago the Las Vegas resident was making about $52,000 a year as a stage manager for an event production company and was in search of a second job to help pay off debt. Before long she came across Fiverr, an online marketplace for individuals selling creative and professional services, everything from graphic design, to writing, translation, illustration and marketing. Horrocks, who has a degree in communications and worked in theater for years after college, offered voiceover services on the site. Business was slow initially; she received just a few orders here and there.
How the Sharing Economy Is Hurting Millennials. Coming of age in the wake of the Great Recession, the Millennial generation has had to accept an uncertain economic landscape as their new normal. One critical adjustment they’ve made is to enthusiastically embrace the upsides of the share economy. While their parents helped Craigslist and eBay become household names, today’s youth rely on crowdsourcing and funding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Their collaborative ethos promotes a peer-to-peer approach that can cut out the broker and benefit both provider and consumer in the process. By taking advantage of their collective connectivity, this generation shares information openly and at scale to (among other things) make best use of the excess capacity of goods and services. Examples of this approach are everywhere. But as these economic arrangements gain popularity, there may be downsides for the rising cohort of young adults. Uber, sharing and the compensation mechanism. We currently are in the Wild West of “sharing.”
Many people hate that term but I actually think it is useful. I would define the “Sharing Economy” as follows: 1. Individuals own key assets — cars, dwellings, their time etc. Untitled. Uber, il colosso della sharing economy è pronto a lanciarsi in una sfida puntando sui collegamenti via mare. MINI relaunches its brand and offers Airbnb-style car sharing. Car brand MINI has relaunched its visual identity, unveiled a new version of the MINI Clubman estate and embraced the "sharing economy" by offering every customer the chance to rent their vehicle to others when they don't need it (+ slideshow). At a launch event in Berlin today the brand unveiled a new, minimal logo and announced that all MINI owners will be able to pool their car via the DriveNow car-sharing programme.
"We are now the first car company that is going to offer this car-sharing option as a possibility for each customer when they order their car," said Peter Schwarzenbauer, board member of MINI parent brand BMW. DriveNow has previously allowed people who don't own cars to rent a vehicle, but MINI's new concept brings Airbnb-style sharing to car owners for the first time. Owners will be able to make money by offering their cars to rent to anyone, or set up a private network of friends and family. Stat: 60 Percent of Millennials Trust "Sharing Economy" June 29, 2015 Millennial travelers putting their trust in the sharing economy is leading a decline in summer travel spending, according to new research by Allianz Global Assistance (AGA).
According to AGA's sixth annual Allianz Travel Insurance Vacation Confidence Index, Americans will spend $85.5 billion on summer vacations in 2015, down 13.5 percent from $98.8 billion in 2014. The decline is being led by Millennial travelers aged between 18 and 34 that are more trusting of sharing economy services like Airbnb, Home Away, Uber, Lyft, GetAround and Feastly to book travel experiences. A majority (60%) of Millennials trust the sharing economy, compared to only 37 percent of all other travelers: While only 47 percent of Americans are aware of at least one of these sharing economy services, more than 58 percent of Millennials aged 18-34 are aware of the non-traditional forms of booking accommodation, transportation, and experiences.
This NYC Startup Will Help You Avoid Living with a Psychopath. What if you got home one day to find that your roommate had run off with everything you owned? That’s exactly what happened to Ajay Yadav and you know what they say: Get a rotten apple, and develop an app to make sure it doesn’t happen to anyone else, ever, again. Roomi was born – and just came out of beta with a nice nest egg: $2 million in seed funding. Roomi is a free mobile app that simplifies roommate and housing searches by making it easy for people to post and search rooms, form meaningful connections, and share a happy home as members of our co-living community. How the Sharing Economy Is Hurting Millennials. Coming of age in the wake of the Great Recession, the Millennial generation has had to accept an uncertain economic landscape as their new normal. One critical adjustment they’ve made is to enthusiastically embrace the upsides of the share economy. While their parents helped Craigslist and eBay become household names, today’s youth rely on crowdsourcing and funding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Their collaborative ethos promotes a peer-to-peer approach that can cut out the broker and benefit both provider and consumer in the process. By taking advantage of their collective connectivity, this generation shares information openly and at scale to (among other things) make best use of the excess capacity of goods and services. Examples of this approach are everywhere. What Airbnb’s New Cash Injection Tells Us About The Sharing Economy. The Sharing Economy: The Production, Consumption, and Regulation of Community in the Digital Economy. They’re All P2P Employment Agencies. Instagram is big. But Upwork and YouTube are bigger. Twitter is big. WeWork Stretches Sharing-Economy Valuations. In an Uber World, Fortune Favors the Freelancer. With the rise of companies like Uber, entrepreneurs in a variety of fields are extending the concept of connecting customers and workers in what is sometimes called the new sharing economy. There are now online services for private tutors, dog walkers and delivery of packages and groceries, among numerous other options, and it is likely that these ventures will expand.
Many taxi drivers dislike the competition from Uber, but we need to think more systematically about the winners and losers as these new institutions develop. What Airbnb’s New Cash Injection Tells Us About The Sharing Economy. Anxiety in the sharing economy. WHEN Lorna Morris, a freelance graphic designer, has a lull in her work, her first concern is paying the bills. But there is another form of anxiety that can emerge from time to time. It is an existential panic which she sums up as: “Am I good enough to do this?”
She is not alone. Amy Wrzesniewski, associate professor of organisational behaviour at Yale school of management, says that, among the self- employed, worries over money are the most pressing. But there is also anxiety about ‘whether one is doing enough work, or good enough work, without the external references of organisational or co-worker norms’. The sharing economy prosumer. Collaborative consumption platforms such as Airbnb have revolutionized travel from the perspective of the consumer, transforming vast amounts of private residential space into bookable accommodations. But as more people let out their rooms on Airbnb and similar platforms, a new hybrid of producer and consumer is emerging. In an Uber World, Fortune Favors the Freelancer.
The secret number to the sharing economy. Labor trends come and go. Occasionally, they come back again. Earlier in American history — especially during the Industrial Revolution — piecework was a common labor practice across all fields of work. Workers were paid on a per-piece basis, and this offered a high level of flexibility to employers and incentives to good employees. WeWork Stretches Sharing-Economy Valuations. Scaling Customer Experience In The Sharing Economy.
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