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Crowdsourcing

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Presentation done as a part of my MBA

Presentation done as a part of my MBA

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  • 1. Anjesh Tuladhar MBA-e
  • 2. Let’s go to history 1847
    • Niagra falls suspension bridge
    • Fell short of ideas to get the first line strung between the US and Canada
  • 3. What is it then..
    • the act of taking a task traditionally performed by an employee or contractor , and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people , in the form of an open call
    • In 1996, crowdsourcing was coined
      • Jeff Howe, wired magazine editor
  • 4. Now what?
    • With internet
      • With social media
      • Crowdsourcing has never been that easy
  • 5. Where in internet
    • Digg.com
      • Crowd rate news
    • wikipedia.org
      • crowd making encyclopedia
    • Flickr
      • Crowd upload photos
  • 6. What is it for u?
    • Think of crowd when faced with problem
    • How to get crowd involved
    • Tap wider range of talent that might be possible in its own organization
  • 7. Who are in this sector?
    • Big companies involved
    • Idea site
    • Submit ideas and people vote on ideas
    • The highest rated idea gets implemented
      • Dell
      • Yahoo
  • 8. google
    • Market prediction
    • What normally CEO does
      • Now by google staff
      • Which product to launch when
      • Where to move their next office
  • 9. New companies
    • Cambian house
    • Idea sites
  • 10. What is it for you again?
    • You don’t always have enough information to make decisions
    • Let the people who have enough information have their say
    • Problems can be explored at comparatively little cost
    • Tap wider range of talent that might be possible in its own organization
    • Understand the power of crowd
  • 11. Finally…
    • With crowdsourcing you let the world compete for you
  • 12. Thank you

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