use of games in the workplace is becoming increasingly common as a
mechanism for improving behaviours. A problem exists however in
0 replies - 194 views - 03/07/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
wisdom of crowds has obviously had a huge range of applications over
the past few years, but one of the more interesting has been in the
0 replies - 260 views - 03/06/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Crowdassets are becoming the key source of competitive advantage. We
have said this for a long time now and it seems some of the bigger
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often said that we know less about the bottom of our oceans than we do
the surface of the moon. Sayings such as that typically refer to the...
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our increasingly knowledge driven economy, access to the best and the
brightest is often the principle competitive advantage in the
0 replies - 527 views - 02/12/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
For me the recruitment of regular folks into the scientific process is the most exciting facet of the open innovation movement. The following is a...
0 replies - 644 views - 02/10/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
A key aspect of any open innovation project is getting the kind of input from participants you hope for. I’ve written previously on some of the...
0 replies - 594 views - 02/10/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Earlier this week I sat on a panel at the Open Innovation Summit
at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst facility for a discussion around
crowdsourcing in the...
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ability for the crowd to perform a wide range of tasks is pretty well
established, with a huge number of case studies from different
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Earlier this week I attended the Open Innovation Summit
at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, where I participated on a panel
on crowdsourcing. It...
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year I wrote about a new service that aims to apply crowdsourcing to
improve medical trials. Snazzily titled, the Platform for Engaging...
0 replies - 678 views - 01/31/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Tapping into health related data from the social web has become quite a common trend over the past few years. Increasingly however, researchers are...
0 replies - 460 views - 01/28/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
year or so ago General Electric made the news with an announcement that
they were teaming up with the innovation community Quirky. The...
0 replies - 542 views - 01/27/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Since the Wisdom of Crowds first
brought the power of aggregated opinion to the popular consciousness,
prediction markets have grown in popularity. ...
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is an awful lot in the business press about failure, and the important
role it can play in the learning, both of individuals and...
0 replies - 585 views - 01/13/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Last week I covered a report
looking at some of the motivating factors behind involvement in any
civic crowdsourcing project. It looked at what civic...
0 replies - 536 views - 01/12/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Whilst much of the last century has seen organisations trying to
stockpile talent inside their walls under the belief that having the
best brains is a...
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is undoubtedly mushrooming in popularity, with a growing appreciation
of the possibilities it offers for increased engagement with key...
0 replies - 532 views - 01/07/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
At the back end of last year
I posed the question of whether there was a limit to the kind of things
that could be opened up to the crowd. It came...
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Back in autumn last year Elon Musk unveiled plans for his Hyperloop project. The project would see trains transported in an airless tunnel at...
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