by Ray Williams, “Why We Need Collaborative Not Competitive Leaders,” Psychology Today, 7/29/13.
…collaborative lifestyles, where people with similar needs or interests band together to share and exchange less-tangible assets such as time, space, skills and money. The exchanges happen mostly on a local or neighborhood level, as people share working spaces (e.g.: Citizen Space or Hub Culture), urban gardens (eg: SharedEarth or Landshare), parking spots (eg: ParkatmyHouse). This includes other exchanges such as peer-to-peer lending (Zopa and Lending Club) and peer-to-peer travel (Airbnb and Roomorama).