HBR: Why Some Crowdsourcing Efforts Work and Others Don’t

Harvard Business Review: Why Some Crowdsourcing Efforts Work and Others Don’t. “Organizations strive to tap into the potential of crowdsourcing by asking people around the world to come up with ideas. But what makes crowdsourcing work? We conducted a large-scale research project to understand why some organizations succeed to attract crowds and others fail.”

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