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Jeff Howe - Crowdsourcing

Jeff Howe - Crowdsourcing

Live On Demand wordt 'crowdsourcing Mojo' Het nieuwe crowsourcing-platform Live On Demand van Thijs Sprangers wil binnen een jaar enkele honderden evenementen organiseren. Dat vertelde Sprangers gisteren bij Fast Moving Targets. Live On Demand , dat net van start is gegaan, peilt de belangstelling voor concerten en lezingen die bezoekers van de site zelf voorstellen. De indieners van de verzoeken krijgen bepaalde privileges, zoals een plek op de voorste rij en meet & greets. Sprangers geeft toe dat hij niet weet of het concept levensvatbaar is. Sprangers heeft Live On Demand in september 2012 opgericht.

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Crowdsourcing Eis optredens van je artiesten! Gaat dat werken? Gaat ze dan komen? Nee, waarschijnlijk niet. Logo Design, Web Design and More. Design Done Differently | 99designs.com Collaborative method Group Setup[edit] Deliberate setup of a team—before beginning work—increases the potential for high performance.[citation needed] To do so, the following components of collaboration should be an initial focus: Group models[edit] Four group models are common in collaboration:[1] Chance Collaboration by chance is the most basic model and underlies all four. Acuity Collaboration by acuity establishes a team with balanced skill sets. Interest Collaboration by interest forms a team of persons with similar hobbies, curiosities or careers. Leader Collaboration by leader is a team model where the members are chosen by a leader. Spence's basic rules[edit] Spence identifies[1] seven rules for all collaboration: Look for common ground: find shared values, consider shared personal experiences, pay attention to and give feedback, be yourself and expect the same of others, be willing to accept differences in perception and opinions Katzenbach and Smith's "team basics"[edit] Complementary skills in team members

Altijd Wat Monitor | Onderzoeksjournalistiek | Zorg | Duurzaamheid | NCRV Wired 14.06: The Rise of Crowdsourcing Remember outsourcing? Sending jobs to India and China is so 2003. The new pool of cheap labor: everyday people using their spare cycles to create content, solve problems, even do corporate R & D. By Jeff HowePage 1 of 4 next » 1. Story Tools Story Images Click thumbnails for full-size image: Claudia Menashe needed pictures of sick people. In October 2004, she ran across a stock photo collection by Mark Harmel, a freelance photographer living in Manhattan Beach, California. The National Health Museum has grand plans to occupy a spot on the National Mall in Washington by 2012, but for now it’s a fledgling institution with little money. After several weeks of back-and-forth, Menashe emailed Harmel to say that, regretfully, the deal was off. iStockphoto, which grew out of a free image-sharing exchange used by a group of graphic designers, had undercut Harmel by more than 99 percent. He can’t, of course. It took a while for Harmel to recognize what was happening.

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