As the best-selling Microwikinomics author; innovation expert and Chancellor at Trent University, he is one of the world's driving powers on advancement, media, and the monetary and social effect of innovation. He exhorts business and government pioneers the world over. He has composed or co-written 15 largely read books including Radical Openness: Four Unexpected Principles for Success; Macrowikinomics; the 1992 smash hit Paradigm Shift; and New Solutions for a Connected Planet. In 2007, his book Wikinomics was the runaway success management book in the US. In 2014, the twentieth Anniversary Edition of his hit The Digital Economy was discharged with another Foreword Google’s Chairman, and 12 new articles tending to the first points of the book. His latest book is the first book to clarify why blockchain innovation will on a very basic level change the Internet, what it ensures, how we utilize it, and both the guarantee and danger for our human progress.
He was listed as the fourth most powerful management speaker alive in 2013 and once more in 2015 by Thinkers50. He was also awarded the global award for solutions. In 2012, he opened TEDGlobal in Edinburgh, and his dialogue, Four Principles for the Open World, has been seen by more than a million people on the web.
O'er 30 years, he has presented many notable ideas that are a piece of contemporary comprehension. He is an Assistant Professor of Management in the University of Toronto. In 2013, he was delegated Trent University’s Chancellor. He has also raised a glut of dollars for commendable benevolences. A Member of the Order of Canada in 2015, he was delegated as an Associate of the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University in 2016.