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The Future of Crowdsourcing Platforms

March 12, 2018 to October 9, 2018

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Description

The future of crowdsourcing. Currently there are a number of different ways to engage external groups of people to complete work. We'd like to engage experts that know something about what companies are creating platforms that make crowds easily accessible, how corporations are engaging in crowdsourcing, and how new technology will keep making it easier and easier to engage experts, consumers, and people with niche skill sets from around the world to complete work in a more innovative way than current models companies incorporate.

Organizers

Panelists (44)

Dawn Houghton Innovation Consultant
Paolo Beffagnotti Brand Protection Digital Manager
Richard Burton Consultant interim expert in strategy, innovation, organisational capability and efficiency
Rainier Van Rietschoten Co-founder - CCO
Nick Huber Team focused design manager with an industrial design background, specializing in sporting goods and outdoor products.
Nick Huber Team focused design manager with an industrial design background, specializing in sporting goods and outdoor products.
Ricardo Santos CEO at Heptasense | Investor | Europe's 100 Hottest Startups by Wired
Falguni Desai Head of Digital Strategy & Transformation
Patrick Henz Head of GRC US, Regional Compliance Officer Americas, Futurist, Storyteller, AI.
Nitin Anand Chief Commercial Officer
Ed A
Henry H. Ngan, MBA, CPA Senior International Investment & Financial Executive I I Venture Partner I FinTech I Blockchain & Cryptoassets I Data Science I AI I ML I IoT I China Expert
Paul Wilkinson Head of Technology Research at Tesco Labs
Christine Ng Sr. Principal Engineer Technology Leader - Global Nutrition & Technology Solutions for Health, Ingredient & Product Innovations
Michael Fruhling We help our clients accelerate new product development by sourcing external innovation inputs.
Roberto Alvarez Bucholska Gamification in education expert, speaker and advocate. Host of Professor Game and working at IE Business School
Fehmida Kapadia Helping organizations adopt a customer-centric approach to manage their innovation and marketing strategy.
Dr. Nissim Zur A technology evangelist: Mission Critical IoT Wireless devices & deep learning Artificial Intelligence nissim@TelnT.com
Hitesh Mathpal Technical Director
Joan Dharmadi Senior Business Development Manager
Cory Nation Capability Manager, Innovation & Technology at Rolls-Royce
Amr M
Kendrick Kho Investor
Fanish Shukla Lead CIO, Enterprise Architect, Innovator, Founder, Speaker and DeepListener
Melina Davis-Martin Chief Operating Executive & EVP | Turnaround Expert | CEO | Strategist | Connector
Darius Kemp Strategic Brand Builder, Insights Integrator, Innovation Activator, Culture Creator
Max H
Claudia Resta Digital PR & Community Manager
Chris Meyer Anticipate and shape the future of business
Richard Swart, PhD CrowdSmart.io VP | Collective Intelligence | FinTech | Early Stage VC | University Researcher | Board Member | Keynote
Scott McIntyre President - CfPA.org (501c6); MD - coVENTURES
Jack Kloster EVP - Business & Corporate Development at Tongal
Rose Chen Ecosystem & Ventures | Board Member
Laurence Mathieu Digital Transformation Director at Hewlett Packard Enterprise
John Winsor Founder/CEO at Open Assembly/Visiting Executive at Harvard Business School
Taylor Dawson CEO | Open Innovation Expert | Keynote Speaker
Chris Kluesener Crowdsourcing SME
Chris Kluesener Crowdsourcing SME
Laurent CHARON ★ Director of Innovation
Trond Bugge Director Collaborative Innovation at Kairos Future
Kate Liburdi Strategic Transformation Consulting
Harpreet Singh, PhD Founder and Co-CEO, Experfy (Harvard Innovation Launch Lab)
Antoine Loudenot President
James Kadtke, Ph.D. Expert on Converging Technologies at Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University
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I’m in, what should I do?

First, post in the theme, then post on some of the others’ posts. You can support your peers or politely challenge their ideas. Then go into the Map and nominate a point supported by a few sentences; people will then vote on it.

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How often should I come in?

Contribute a couple times during each Theme when it's convenient to you. If you do that, you will earn your honorarium and be eligible for additional points. You will receive notifications when there are new posts.

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What are the points all about?

Currntcy points are redeemable points that you can cash in. You earn them 2 ways: one, contributing each Theme; and two, when the facilitator or panelists interact with you or recognize your ideas through voting or key takeaways. Likewise, they earn points when you interact with them. The more interaction, the more points, the better the insights. Panelists with low or no points are often replaced on the panel. Go here to learn more about how points impact your level. https://currnt.com/points

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How much and how do I get paid?

Typically there is a minimum honorarium of 200 Currntcy (equal to or greater than $50, depending on your level) for minimal contribution on each Theme, but you can earn much more if your posts are recognized by your peers and the facilitator...more interactions, more points.

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How do I redeem points?

If it’s the first time, go to ACCOUNT SETTINGS by hovering over your avatar in the upper right and then go to MY PAYOUT DETAILS to enter your info. Then hover on your points next to your avatar. There is a drop down that should say “Available Currntcy” Click that and specify how much you want to redeem. If you get stuck, email accounting@currnt.com.

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How will my input be used, by whom?

Panels are sponsored by Companies (often anonymous) who want to learn more about what the panelists think. Their teams use it for critical innovation, product and strategy learnings. Sponsors have the right to repurpose the learnings into thought leadership where all panelists are properly quoted.

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Can I opt out any time?

Yes. Just email us at coach@currnt.com and ask to be removed from the panel.