Monthly Archives: March 2017

Why does your doctor hate crowdsourcing?

One of the signs of the growing popularity of crowdsourcing is its steady expansion into gated professional communities dominated by experts. Take, for example, medical diagnostics, an area that has for centuries been a fiefdom of medical professionals. Now, a … Continue reading

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A map of open innovation practices

A problem that I see with the current literature on open innovation is that while focusing predominantly on theoretical aspects of the concept (value proposition, strategic alignments, governance and management, human capital and culture), it pays little attention to the … Continue reading

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Don’t confuse crowdsourcing with brainstorming

I try to follow what academic researchers have to say about crowdsourcing. As a crowdsourcing practitioner, I welcome the clarity, holistic approach and intellectual vigor that academic research brings to the table. But not always. Take, for example, a recent … Continue reading

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