HBR: For Crowdsourcing to Work, Everyone Needs an Equal Voice
BY LIZ TREADWELL | 0 min read

A research article posted on Harvard Business Review by Joshua Becker and Edward “Ned” Smith indicates that when many people are able to give input or discuss information among each other, the more accurate their collective crowdsourced response ends up being. 

Learn more about the experiments they conducted and how they came to this conclusion in the full article here.

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