Special Issue, Strategy and Innovation

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Special Issue, Strategy and Innovation

Gilles Gravelle, Director of Research & Innovation at The Seed Company, makes the point that Research has shown that groups (the crowd) made up of smart agents (e.g. experts) and not-so-smart agents (the people at large) always did better than a group made up of only smart agents.” The intelligence of the crowd grows as people inform and learn from one another.”

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“Crowdsourcing,” which sounds like a new hip term, basically means a way to harness the knowledge and insight of a large group for a project. It’s seen as a way to “accelerate creativity across a larger network.”

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