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13 Things to Know About Crowdsourcing

Things to Know About Crowdsourcing

United Way is engaged in nearly 1,800 communities  across  more than 40  countries and territories worldwide. As the largest privately-funded nonprofit in the world, United Way creates solutions that build stronger communities. United Ways are improving education, strengthening financial stability and making communities healthier. But they don’t do it alone. Nearly 2.6 million volunteers and 9.6 … Continued

How to Foster Innovation in a Risk-Averse Environment

Risk aversion can make innovation difficult. How do you get around your company’s aversion to risk? There’s only a limited appetite for risk in any company, of course, but where some will enthusiastically embrace it, others hate risk so much even the whiff of it drives them away. So, how do you drive innovation in … Continued

Managing Expectations in Innovation Management: Part II

expectations in innovation management

One of the most effective ways to engage the crowd is to demonstrate commitment to turning their ideas into real value and impact. However, this can present some challenges for innovation managers. Some concerns we have heard from innovation managers: “I do not want to overpromise what we’re going to do with people’s ideas.” “What … Continued

Managing Expectations in Innovation Management

managing expectations

One of the most effective ways to engage your crowd is to demonstrate commitment to turning their ideas into real value and impact. However, this can present some challenges for innovation managers. Some concerns we have heard from innovation managers: “I do not want to overpromise what we’re going to do with people’s ideas.” “What … Continued