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How can the power and scope of social networks, combined with human capital metrics, be used to facilitate shared creation and innovation? It’s becoming more accepted that collaboration, not competition, is a more effective avenue towards producing emergent, innovative results. Now that millions of people participate in online social networks, it seems high time to develop a system of matching people’s skill sets with common values and goals in order to bring about positive change. Social networks have the advantage of being able to connect globally distributed individuals, who can then operate with flexibility within a bottom-up, non-hierarchical framework. The Future of Collaboration Begins with Visualizing Human Capital The Future of Collaboration Begins with Visualizing Human Capital