The idea would have a direct impact on talent management, collaborative technology and retool the mindset of leaders about what is competition. Power would lie in the sharing value, as companies which would share would also be creating networks and relations with companies with whom they share resources. Employees would be stimulated by new experiences and get new ideas which could lead to innovations. Learning and investment into the human being would be distributed across many enterprises, making the knowledge of the staff even richer. This would lead to new and powerful communities.
New reward and incentive models would be developed and people would be rewarded because of their work and merit and not because of a role or political relation. This would be a new approach to mobilizing and coordinating human efforts in a time with an increasing aging population.