Monthly Archives: September 2016

Know your neighbor (The virtues of crowdsourcing)

Before I turn to the virtues of crowdsourcing, let me tell you a story that happened 7-8 years ago. I worked with a client, a statistician in the consumer product field. (To tell this story freely, I changed the industry … Continue reading

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Is crowdsourcing pitting “experts” against “amateurs”?

In my previous post, I argued that one of the reasons crowdsourcing hasn’t yet become a mainstream innovation tool is the uncertainty over what crowdsourcing can (or can’t) do, meaning that many organizations struggle with identifying problems that can be successfully solved by … Continue reading

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