Category Archives: CrowdSourcing

What Matters Now


Seth Godin’s new book, “What Matters Now,” is an interesting co-creation by a number of web influentials. Although as you might expect, it is a bit scattered in focus in that it sometimes calls out contradicting views (ie – “Slow … Continue reading

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Crowdsourced Job Descriptions


In thinking about how businesses can become more socially-calibrated, I am surprised we are not seeing more experimentation in crowd-sourcing job descriptions. Continue reading

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Social Media – Internal vs. External


In the longer term, however, I believe that promise of co-creation and co-innovation will deeply permeate corporate culture, eventually leading to the emergence (and re-definition) of new corporate structures that will be self-assembling (perhaps on a project basis) and will be able to tap much more effectively into their “employee’s” innate passions and abilities. Continue reading

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