The benefits of how to accelerate innovation through crowdsourcing input from non-employees are steadily gaining ground among organizations of all types and sizes, from startups to global corporations. This form of decentralized, open innovation generates input from experts in other business sectors who can offer transferable solutions to challenges, and link seemingly disparate factors together to innovate in ways previously unimagined by in-sector specialists.
Though what can be learned from the process for in-house employees to improve and accelerate innovation? An article by Jesse Nieminen, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Finland-based innovation company Viima, weighed up centralized versus decentralized innovation. He is the special guest in our parent company Crowdsourcing Week’s Clubhouse event this Friday Dec. 10th to discuss this question.
Register here to take part and learn How to Challenge Your Employees to Innovate Better and Faster.