It is common knowledge that large legacy companies are often inefficient in creating new products and services. This doesn’t mean, however, that they should not ever aspire to innovate like nimble startups.
Over the past decade, crowdsourcing has become a popular open innovation tool helping organizations solve their biggest problems. While the adoption of crowdsourcing hasn’t been easy; one thing is clear: it is here to stay, and in this article, I attempt to predict what it’ll look like in 10 years.
Diversity is more than just being about race, ethnicity, and gender. Beliefs, education, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientation, cultures, and disabilities enrich the business environment and fuel innovation. Building a diverse and inclusive workforce is critically important to businesses.
Hugo Shelley lives in the world of problem solving. With six HeroX challenge wins under his belt, Hugo's mission is to find solutions to big problems, using new technology, design, and collaborative thinking.
We all know crowdsourcing works - but rarely does it work so well as was the case with Space Poop. So what made it different? HeroX took a long look at this challenge. What we learned might just help other crowdsourcing projects enjoy a little bit of that same “magic.”
If the average attention span begins to wane after about 5 minutes of listening, learning how to communicate your messages in roughly 2-minute comments can create a mutually beneficial learning experience, improving the attention and retention of all people involved. It’s a win-win, here's how!
The HeroX team is 100% remote with core team members operating from 3 countries and twice as many time zones. Sharing the secrets to our success through innovation, results only work environment, crowdsourcing, remote work culture, technology, gig economy, 3hag, 12 week plan and more.
Our leadership team is thrilled with the results! We were able to successfully identify three winning solutions. The diversity of the innovators was so refreshing, we get how our solutions can literally live anywhere in the world.