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Spigit Ignite Summit 2016: Registration is Now Open!

Spigit Ignite Summit 2016: Registration is Now Open!

Join us Wednesday, April 27, 2016 in the Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF in San Francisco for this year’s Spigit Ignite Summit. You’ll hear innovation anecdotes, best practices, and success stories from major players in a diverse range of industries — from pharmaceuticals to telecommunications — with plenty of opportunities to network and learn.

How do you Crowdsource Innovation? James Gardner, Spigit’s CTO, Explains

How do you Crowdsource Innovation? James Gardner, Spigit’s CTO, Explains

Spigit’s Chief Technology Officer, James Gardner, is no stranger to innovation. He’s been there and done that in a number of ways and with a variety of tools. But if his start in financial services taught him anything, it’s that crowdsourcing innovation — at major healthcare institutions, financial services providers, and even automobile manufacturers — is the most effective way to discover new ideas and make them a reality.

Top 10 Innovation Links for the Week of 1.15.16

Top 10 Innovation Links for the Week of 1.15.16

Welcome to Spigit’s weekly roundup of innovation links, where we feature a carefully curated selection of our favorite content on innovation, crowdsourcing, and more from around the web. Here are 10 new discoveries from this past week. 1. How David Bowie’s Continual...
Grow Like Flo in 2016: Taking the Lead from Progressive’s Crowdsourced Innovation Program

Grow Like Flo in 2016: Taking the Lead from Progressive’s Crowdsourced Innovation Program

Many an innovation program starts out as something unofficial and unstructured. But if you want those efforts to be sustainable and scalable (you do), they need to transform into something more official, systematic, repeatable, and measurable. Researchers at Forrester think the same, noting that enterprise innovation needs a game plan. In a recent report, they present a planning approach to crowdsourced innovation programs that focuses on four critical aspects: people, objectives, strategy, and technology.

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