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Crowdsourcing + Smartsheet = Smartsourcing Crowdsourcing + Smartsheet = Smartsourcing Smartsheet is the only online software collaboration tool that makes it possible to connect to an on-demand workforce. We make it easy for you to get work done with co-workers, clients, and vendors so it made sense to us to take it to the next step – we make it easy for you to get work done with a global workforce that’s always available. Smartsheet utilizes Amazon's Mechanical Turk on-demand workforce for the crowd labor behind the Smartsourcing feature. For a detailed overview of the paid crowdsourcing industry, check out the Paid Crowdsourcing Research Report, or listen to the in-depth conversation on the future of Paid Crowdsourcing and Cloud Labor from our webinar featuring Jeff Howe. Getting the Most from Your Crowdsourcing Initiative By: David | September 23, 2010 When running a crowdsourcing contest, which strategy makes the most sense? Entry with most votes wins Select winner from top N (e.g. 20) most popular entries Pick the winner from what you like most, regardless of crowd feedback Perhaps the best way to answer this question is, “It depends.” For purposes of the analysis below, I’ll refer to the recent Enterprise 2.0 Conference Call for Papers. I generally think the best approach is this: In this model, the crowdsourcing ends with selection by experts. Each of the elements offers its own value, which is important for both sponsoring organization and participants to understand. Crowdsourced Submissions The opening phase is to get the ideas, proposals, content, ads, etc. Several factors relate to getting meaningful value from this process: Targeted community. This self-identification is an important point, and one that sometimes gets overlooked. Actionable outcomes. Motivation. Here’s a spectrum of motivators: Rules.

Crowdsourcing Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Il crowdsourcing (da crowd, "folla", e outsourcing, "esternalizzazione di una parte delle proprie attività"[1]) è un modello di business nel quale un’azienda o un’istituzione affida la progettazione, la realizzazione o lo sviluppo di un progetto, oggetto o idea ad un insieme indefinito di persone non organizzate precedentemente. Questo processo viene favorito dagli strumenti che mette a disposizione il web. Solitamente il meccanismo delle open call viene reso disponibile attraverso dei portali presenti sulla rete internet. Ad esempio, al pubblico può essere richiesto di sviluppare nuove tecnologie, portare avanti un’attività di progettazione, definire o sviluppare un algoritmo, o aiutare a registrare, sistematizzare o analizzare grandi quantità di dati[2]. Il crowdsourcing inizialmente si basava sul lavoro di volontari ed appassionati, che dedicavano il loro tempo libero a creare contenuti e risolvere problemi. Origini[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Crowdsourcing: 5 Reasons It's Not Just For Startups Any More Next-generation enterprises looking to drive efficiency and innovation have recently been able to tap into online communities to offload work. For the first time since outsourcing became prevalent in the 90s -- making it easier to move tasks out to partners that could do something better or more cheaply than you could -- businesses now have a new, potent, and often far cheaper option thanks to the Web. Frequently referred to as crowdsourcing, and a darling of the Web 2.0 industry, it has recently come of age as the tools and marketplaces for on-demand work capacity on the network have expanded far beyond the early volunteer communities that originally proved out the concepts. These pioneers, which include the world of open source software and online services such as YouTube and Threadless, get most of their value from a large group of people or community through the simple use of an open invitation. Related: Crowdsourcing is one of 18 key topics for IT and business leaders this year.

Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding - The Industry Website ROBOTICA/ Ecco l'I-SWARM, lo sciame dall'intelligenza artificiale Il progetto I-SWARM (acronimo per “Intelligent-Small World Autonomous Robots for Micromanipulation”), coordinato dall’Università di Karlsrhue e portato avanti da un consorzio di 10 partners europei, tra cui la Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa, rappresenta il primo tentativo di costruire un robot autonomo di dimensioni millimetriche e di replicarlo in centinaia o migliaia di esemplari, per realizzare uno “sciame” di microrobot. La “Swarm Robotics” (swarm significa appunto “sciame” in inglese) mira infatti alla programmazione di un grande gruppo di robot (di per sé relativamente semplici come capacità computazionali) al fine di far emergere comportamenti collettivi del sistema utili ad uno scopo desiderato, dimostrando quindi quella che viene definita “Intelligenza di Sciame” (“Swarm Intelligence”). Le strategie adottate sono spesso bio-inspirate, inspirate cioè a quelle osservate negli sciami di insetti in natura. © Riproduzione Riservata.

Mini-robot, navi appoggio in superficie, strategie dello sciame, vespe, formiche, organizzazione e consegna - Articoli articoli - Messaggiamo.Com I robot sono per ogni. La tecnologia TV ora ospita i Bots di battaglia che è un grosso successo con i visori e disegna le folle grandi quanto WFB che lotta. Molte di questa gente ottengono pesanti nella scena del robot e perfino occasionalmente provano ad impressionare la gente militare. Verifichi alcuni di questi Bots pesanti eccellenti di battaglia, ogni tipo di configurazione disponibile. Che cosa trovo il più interessante a questi i gruppi del bot di battaglia è che stanno esercitando letteralmente nella guerra ad un microlivello, usando le manovre di fiancheggiamento, la strategia militare, le teorie moderne di giorno e le teorie della natura e di cercare. Quando discutiamo l'uso degli sciami nella battaglia, pensiamo spesso gli animali, gli api, le vespe, ecc. Dovremmo usare le stesse difese che usiamo sugli sciami dell'insetto per difesa possibile sugli sciami del UAV?

Lavoro in sciame | Non ho l'età per i Social Media Lavoro in sciame photo © 2009 Harald Hoyer | more info (via: Wylio) “Gli ambienti di lavoro saranno progressivamente più caotici e fuori dal controllo diretto. Il lavoro diventerà sempre meno di routine e sarà caratterizzato da volatilità ed iperconnessione. Nessuno ha inventato nulla, neanche Gartner. In fondo, quando avete una perdita in casa e dovete recuperare al più presto un idraulico e un muratore avete sottomano un classico esempio di sciame. Ma chi ha il coraggio di parlare di swarming (lavoro in sciame) a un HR Manager nostrano? Mi piace: Mi piace Caricamento... Informazioni su Bruno Marello Social Media, Risorse Umane e Orto domestico sono i miei interessi.

Polly Pearson's Blog Bonabeau/DeAngelo/Bandte/Orme/Fenty/VanPelt/Khatib/Arias/Shargel Agent-based modeling for organizational design: three real-world case studies Multi-agent models of human organizations are ideally suited to play what-if scenarios and organizational designs. Drawing from three real-world case studies from the consumer goods, pharmaceutical and chemical industries, we will show how to use agent models to simulate the operations of an organization and how it can help to test new processes, organizations and incentives. Eric Bonabeau Ian Fenty Belinda Orme Oliver Bandte Joe DeAngelo Agent-based model of abnormal behavior A number of social and economic systems are affected by people who try to harm or exploit the systems, either legally or illegally. Eric Bonabeau Ben Shargel The econometrics of agent-based models One component that seems to be missing from a lot of agent modeling is rigorous model estimation. Eric Bonabeau Tobin Van Pelt Illy Khatib Alexis Arias Corresponding Author: Eric Bonabeau Icosystem Corporation www.icosystem.com eric@icosystem.com

Self-organization Self-organization occurs in a variety of physical, chemical, biological, robotic, social and cognitive systems. Common examples include crystallization, the emergence of convection patterns in a liquid heated from below, chemical oscillators, swarming in groups of animals, and the way neural networks learn to recognize complex patterns. Overview[edit] The most robust and unambiguous examples[1] of self-organizing systems are from the physics of non-equilibrium processes. Sometimes the notion of self-organization is conflated with that of the related concept of emergence, because "[t]he order from chaos, presented by Self-Organizing models, is often interpreted in terms of emergence".[2] Properly defined, however, there may be instances of self-organization without emergence and emergence without self-organization, and it is clear from the literature that the phenomena are not the same. Self-organization usually relies on three basic ingredients:[3] Principles of self-organization[edit]

It's Time to Invert the Management Pyramid - Vineet Nayar by Vineet Nayar | 1:57 PM October 8, 2008 As time passes by, people and things change. Now, what if time passes by and people change, but things that should change, don’t? It is not a stationary relic I’m talking about. I’m talking about the brand new dinosaur on the block – the classical management pyramid. A little rewind might be in order here to make my point. The Industrial Revolution brought along with it the problem of management and the Wars brought with them the solution. This configuration worked well — and why not, after all, it was borrowed from a very robust model that had proven to be successful in the most trying circumstances. Back then, things were rather simple: Manufacturing was the buzzword, selling was not a very complicated process, folks were simple, families were joint, and ‘top-down’ management worked very well. Such drastic changes on the individual and family front understandably impacted the expectations from the workplace. Business models have to change.

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