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The Latest Crowdsourcing News Covering Technology, Healthcare, Infrastructure, and Space Breakthroughs Out Of This World.
It used to be that if organizations wanted to innovate, they were on their own. Henry Chesbrough, recalls being frustrated that there weren’t more useful ideas and advice from academia. “It seemed like the concerns of professors and the concerns of managers like me were far, far apart.”
The 5 steps of problem-solving are a great framework to use in tackling challenges on the heroX platform. And although the structure helps teams of innovators get started on a challenge, we must always remember that complex problem solving is not a linear process, it is an iterative process.
2020 was a year that brought some truly inspiring innovation conferences, especially since the pandemic forced innovation for all the event organizers who had to pivot their events online. We rounded up the best of the best that have been announced so far for 2021.
Both Ideawake & HeroX aim to provide an open innovation platform to tap into subject matter experts and other innovative thinkers who think and work outside organizational lines. Ready to jumpstart their partnership, with HeroX providing the public outlet for diverse and innovative perspectives.
NASA’s Artemis Base Camp will be a permanent outpost at the lunar south pole supported by logistical delivery systems developed by citizen science space innovators as part of the NASA Lunar Delivery Challenge
Tune into this interview between Jeffrey Hayzlett, C-Suite Radio Host and HeroX CEO, Christian Cotichini to learn about why crowdsourcing is like a magnet, and why it’s critical to have a culture of innovation.
I’m really amused by how many people claim that their best creative ideas come to them in the shower. What is so special about the shower being a cradle of creative ideas?
Crowdsourcing has long been recognized as an effective tool for creating new and exciting consumer products. A growing body of evidence, however, indicates that this approach has a capacity of successfully addressing the most daunting challenges facing humanity.
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.
In “normal” times and in times of crises, innovation is not a luxury; it’s a way of survival. That’s why removing “innovation blocks” is crucial.