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Know Your Innovation Stakeholders

Innovation Stakeholders

In order to involve key stakeholders early, you must first understand who your stakeholder are. I recently read a book called Crucial Conversations. In the chapter called “Move to Action,” the authors describe how to identify potential participants in a decision. The authors recommend asking four questions: Who cares? Who has a vested interest in … Continued

5 Things to Consider When Launching a Crowdsourcing Campaign

This article is a guest post by Bradley Taylor. Bradley Taylor is a freelance writer from Derby, England, UK who writes about all aspects of the automotive industry (among other subjects). You can connect with Bradley on Twitter and Google+. Crowdsourcing campaigns are very effective for developing project attention; whether it is related to a business … Continued

The Crowd and the Mob

If you read this blog, then you know that we are fully invested in what the crowd has to say and offer. From new brand ideas, to charitable giving and fundraising to breakthroughs in science and technology. But there are, of course, those who rightfully ask how much wisdom a crowd really has to offer, … Continued