crowdsourcing

  • the-future-of-civic-engagement-and-innovation

    The Future of Civic Engagement and Innovation

    February 6, 2017 | By: | In: News, Trend Alert

    Numerous leaders and community organizers have been talking about public service lately, especially in the US – mostly encouraging the public to take place in ongoing dialogues and to volunteer in their communities in order to create positive change at local and national levels.

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    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    February 2, 2017 | By: | In: News

    This month we’ve seen how the crowd continues to contribute in the political arena and in further developing clean and safe cities. The trend of incorporating “citizen scientists” in the search for data and groundbreaking ideas is expanding from the glaciers all the way to Mars. This month we’re seeing a large number of medical studies calling for crowdsourced data, and finally we can learn from ZTE’s failure to crowdsource a smartphone.

  • innovator-demographics

    What Do Innovators Look Like?

    January 23, 2017 | By: | In: Enabling Factors

    Crowdsourced innovation is a tactic used more and more often by government organizations as well as enterprise corporations. This means that innovation teams need to add a new skill set to their resumé: communications.

  • advantages-to-collaborating-on-innovation-as-a-global-community

    3 Advantages to Collaborating on Innovation as a Global Community

    January 16, 2017 | By: | In: Enabling Factors, News

    The list of problems that need to be solved is growing almost as fast as our solutions are. Some are concerned about the lack of food and water security, others worry about access to education and a whopping 45.2% of millennials think today’s most pressing problem is the destruction of natural resources. But with the proliferation of problems, organizations and enterprises are broadening their search for innovative solutions and many of them are looking to the crowd for ideas.

  • crowdsourcing-news-whats-new-december2016

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    December 30, 2016 | By: | In: News

    2016 was a big year for crowdsourcing. In our final edition of What’s New for the year, we clearly see how crowdsourcing is being used to create transparency and provide citizens with an active voice in our local governments. Crowdsourcing continues to play an important part in new product development for large and small companies, and our new capacities to collect scientific and locational data is proving to be game-changing. Check out the latest news stories from around the world.

  • in-hackers-we-trust

    Crowdsourcing Amongst Hackers

    December 21, 2016 | By: | In: Videos

    Synack’s Jay Kaplan discusses how the cybersecurity startup he heads mitigates concerns stemming from the practice of using crowdsourced hackers around the world to identify vulnerabilities in the systems of private companies and government agencies that serve as customers. Synack’s safeguards include rigorous vetting and tracking, as well as placing high “bounties” on the most serious vulnerabilities.

  • involving-citizens-in-government-product-development

    Involving Citizens in Government Product Development

    December 19, 2016 | By: | In: Enabling Factors, News, Strategies

    The election of 2016 will certainly be one for the history books. Regardless of your political leanings, there was one sure thing to celebrate during this election cycle. The Innovate Your State Fix California Challenge—a crowdsourcing campaign aimed at promoting public participation in order to determine ways to improve government—had an initiative on the ballot in California!

  • the-importance-of-diversity-in-innovation-3-tactics-to-enrich-workplace-diversity

    The Importance of Diversity in Innovation: 3 Tactics to Enrich Workplace Diversity

    December 12, 2016 | By: | In: Organization & Culture

    Many of our customers have asked “what are the most important organizational values to nurture innovation?” Some of them may seem obvious or (at least) familiar: transparency, the embrace of digital solutions, the ability to celebrate failure, but we’re coming to discover that the most important value that you can embrace as part of your innovation programs is diversity.

  • open-government-open-innovation

    Is Open Government the Same as Open Innovation?

    December 5, 2016 | By: | In: Column & Opinion, Enabling Factors

    For many years, companies were convinced of the competitive advantage of closed research and development. They jealously protected their intellectual property behind closed doors and dramatically revealed it to the public after years of development. This old model has since been replaced by open innovation.

  • worldwide-campaign-bringing-tech-science-closer-to-people

    Worldwide Campaign Brings Tech & Science Closer to People – an opportunity for tech projects

    December 2, 2016 | By: | In: Events, News

    Attention innovators: here’s your chance to showcase tech & science projects and benefit from international promotion among a tech-oriented crowd, media, industry representatives and business professionals for free. The digital campaign, “Bringing tech&science closer to people,” carried out under the auspices of UNESCO, is here to celebrate innovators and inventors and the world-changing solutions they are working on.

  • how-is-crowdsourcing-uniquely-beneficial-to-technologists

    How is Crowdsourcing Uniquely Beneficial to Technologists

    November 7, 2016 | By: | In: Strategies

    Innovation proves vital for companies across industries, but carries key importance in the technology field. Mainstream perception of the tech industry conjures illustrations of cutting edge, never-before-seen products poised to disrupt and revolutionize daily lives.

  • whats-new-in-crowdsourcing-november-2016

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    November 3, 2016 | By: | In: News

    November 3, 2016: There’s no longer any doubt that the democratization of designing, planning and decision making for just about anything is here to stay. In fact, these days it seems that no problem is too big or complex for the crowd. In this edition of What’s New we can see crowdsourcing being used to substitute a traditional justice system, write a country’s new constitution, plan the next generation of smart-cities, search for cleaner water, investigate the Moon and Jupiter, and the list goes on.

  • building-an-innovative-nonprofit-the-value-of-crowdsourcing

    Building an Innovative Nonprofit: the Value of Crowdsourcing

    October 17, 2016 | By: | In: Strategies

    Crowdsourcing is often associated with start-ups and blue-chip companies who are trying to innovate, but it has the potential to reach far beyond those with seed money and infinite endowments. The beauty of crowdsourcing is that it is rooted in grassroots fundamentals—an environment that is ideal for non-profit businesses.

  • crowdsourcing-in-the-news-october4-2016

    What’s New in Crowdsourcing?

    October 4, 2016 | By: | In: News

    October 4, 2016: These days the wisdom of the crowd is helping with everything from decoding war correspondence from 150 years ago to studying breast cancer and preventing terrorism. The conservative parties in both the US and UK are even asking the crowd for help— on topics previously reserved for top strategists.

  • metrics-and-measurements-for-open-innovation-and-ecosystems

    Metrics and Measurements for Open Innovation and Ecosystems

    September 29, 2016 | By: | In: Collaborative Innovation, Strategies

    Given the difficulties in developing and working with metrics and measures for open innovation and ecosystems, I have pulled together some inspiration and insights from several articles.

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