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Crowdsourcing Solutions to Prepare Our Communities
document Distributed Knowledge

The best, most unique idea will be selected and highlighted on FEMA’s website.

Cristina CaineNov 08, 2010 07:00 pm GMT3443 views
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Crowdsource and Open source may sound similar but they should be treated differently because they differ in many ways.

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Crowdsourcing continues to gain momentum in the private sector.  From Microsoft’s Imagine CupLego’s Mindstorms and from GE’s $200m Ecoimagination Challenge to Sony’s Open Planet Ideas, we’ve seen countless examples of cost-efficient, time saving, and high yield crowdsourcing implementations. While crowdsourcing has gained traction in the private sector as a great vehicle for innovation and customer engagement, it is interesting to observe how the public sector is embracing crowdsourcing as an economically effective vehicle for engaging their constituents.

 

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Passion + Community = Success
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Great article on why crowdsourcing using groups of like-minded people can bring you great results if you give them the right tools to do it.

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VandalTrak
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VandalTrak is an Australian company focused on creating better management and workflow software that reduces the costs and burden of vandalism in their communities. Through innovation and a...

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Having been a part of the 3six5 Project, author Victoria Harres provides the 5 key elements of community management and crowdsourcing: 1. Responsibility 2. Tight deadlines 3. Credit 4. Clear...

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Clay Shirky: How cognitive surplus will change the world
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According to Clay Shirky, cognitive surplus represents the ability of the world's population to volunteer and to contribute and to collaborate on large, sometimes global projects.

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Change.org is an online activism platform for social change that raises awareness about important causes and connects people to opportunities for powerful action. Their mission is to build an...

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WebAnswers
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WebAnswers is a web site where anyone can ask questions for FREE, receiving immediate responses from community members who answer questions.

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Lessons from the failure of crowdsourcing-platform CrowdSpirit
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Reasons from the failure of crowdsourcing-platform of CrowdSpirit. *CrowdSpirit engagement platforms produced an abundance of ideas but no real co-creation processes. *Lacking of community...

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Crowdsourcing a new kind of social media marketing campaign
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Social media marketing campaign, when properly executed can and should be something far more than these passive examples.

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Crowdsourcing as a Model to Engage Followers and Build Brand Equity
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Business2community
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