2,528 crowdsourcing and crowdfunding sites
At the end of each week I try to round up the biggest or most interesting developments in the crowdsourcing world, and this week like most has given me plenty of fodder to choose from, including crowdsourced beer, biomolecules and as if that weren't enough--how about crowdfunding a revolution? Exciting times, folks. Read on for all the details:
A good example of creative ways to develop innovative solutions by engaging communities who participate for financial, social and professional rewards.
The article gives examples of few of the companies that have taken the advantage of crowdsourcing and have achieved effective results. This is a win-win situation for both the individual providing...
A good read providing some of the metrics/measurement criteria that should be adopted to determine the impact of open innovation within an organization.
A well written and thoughtfully presented article on how social media is changing the ways that companies interact with their customers to gain new insights and ideas through open innovation.
In this video Daren explains that the way crowdsourcing works is that a company has a problem it wants to solve and it broadcasts that problem through on-line communities to a ‘crowd”. The crowd...
This article raises an interesting question: Can crowdsourcing be a faster and more effective approach than the traditional product development processes that organizations generally follow.
Very interesting take on banking services by Scred, for communities (global/virtual), which do away with issues of traditional banking such as bureaucracy, high capital requirement, regulations etc.
Pifworld is a charity platform where members can make donations to their favorite projects. Pifworld provides the opportunity to participate in many types of projects including projects that enable...