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MIS5001 week 10 Crowdsourcing

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Slides from week 10 of MIS5001: Management Information Systems taught by Prof. Steven L. Johnson at Temple University Fox School of Business.

Slides from week 10 of MIS5001: Management Information Systems taught by Prof. Steven L. Johnson at Temple University Fox School of Business.

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  • 1. Week 10 –Crowdsourcing MIS5001: Management Information Systems PROF. STEVEN L. JOHNSON Twitter: @StevenLJohnson http://stevenljohnson.org http://community.mis.temple.edu/mis5001fall10johnson/
  • 2. Today’s Agenda   Case Discussion   Blog Discussion Question   Reading Discussion   Activity: Crowdsource This!
  • 3. Case Study Discussion   Describe the basic business model of TopCoder.   What makes TopCoder successful?   Hughes wants to grow revenue to $200 million. Is this realistic?   Use TopCoder and globalization in the same sentence.   How does TopCoder manage the “Community”? Where is there room for improvement?
  • 4. 100-Second Reflection 1.  What would you like to remember at the end of the semester about the TopCoder case? 2.  What would you like to know more about? 3.  Any other comments?
  • 5. Blog Discussion   Wikipedia, Yelp, and Amazon Reviews   When do they work?   When do they fail?
  • 6. Wisdom of the Crowds   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z82B1zsvyZU
  • 7. Reading: Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing   Open Innovation   Open Platforms   Crowdsourcing
  • 8. Activity: Crowdsource This!   Form Groups of 2-3   Pick a job or major job role one of you does:   Identify at least one major component of that job that could be crowdsourced.   Of the crowdsourcing models we’ve read about, what would work best for the target job task?   Do you think it is a good idea? Why or why not?
  • 9. For More Information PROF. STEVEN L. JOHNSON EMAIL: STEVEN@TEMPLE.EDU Twitter: @StevenLJohnson http://stevenljohnson.org http://community.mis.temple.edu/mis5001fall10johnson/