Innovation and Sport

Innovation and Sport - the influence of the crowd

Innovation and Sport are one of the reasons I’m such a big sports fan. I’ll watch almost any high-level sporting event. I love football (AFL), enjoy cricket and right now am giving up my sleep to watch Le Tour De France. Competition Drives Improvement One of the things I love about sport is that it […]

How to Get People to Seminars

Here’s a video snippet from Ideas Lunch 10 in Sydney June 23. The lunch topic was ‘Crowdsourcing’ and this piece is discussing how to get people to your seminars. YouTube Link for this video: For more Book Rapper videos:

Best Books of the Decade

Best Books of the Decade What better way to round out the decade than declare the best books I’ve read during this time.So, how do you choose the best books you’ve read? I felt I had to go with the ones that have changed how I see the world and how I act in it. […]

One is good, many is better…

The Bees Wees: One is good, many is better… The Book: Barry Libert and Jon Spector and thousands of Contributors; We Are Smarter Than Me: How to Unleash the Power of Crowds in Your Business To learn about the power of community-at-work look to the natural world. An individual bee, with its modest brain, is […]

Crowdsourcing Sources for the Crowd

Here’s a follow-up to our earlier RAP on crowd-sourcing “The Bees Wees“…Crowdsourcing is the “act of taking a job traditionally performed by employees and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call.” This is the term and definition created by journalist Jeff Howe in an article […]