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If you are reading this blog, you know that ideation and engaging the power of the crowd is at the heart of any innovation program. That’s why we need your input! Planview Spigit is conducting the fourth annual State of Crowdsourced Innovation Management survey and study.
The purpose of the survey is to gather data that highlights industry insights around ideation and crowdsourced innovation programs. Through the research, we examine innovation program performance, identify market trends, and share best practices that drive innovation maturity and business impact.
What’s new? In the past, we have primarily surveyed the Planview Spigit customer base. This year, we are opening it up to the public. We want to gain additional insights into how companies across the globe are tackling their innovation program challenges and how they get the best ideas to market.
Take the survey now.
The 2019 study will compare findings over the years and establish market trends which will be shared in a new market research report coming out this summer. Check out some of the key findings from last year presented in this blog, or download “The 2018 State of Crowdsourced Innovation Report” to take a deeper dive into the findings.
The following stats represent 21 different industry verticals across Planview Spigit customers.
Takeaway: Companies implement crowdsourcing to generate ideas and improve employee engagement.
Takeaway: There is no single right way to launch and build a crowdsourcing program.
Takeaway: Invite a diverse audience and those not necessarily close to the problem/issue.
Takeaway: Once crowdsourcing takes hold, it becomes part of the fabric of the culture and how things get done.
Takeaway: Mitigate risks by designating teams to own and run challenges – from idea to implementation.
Takeaway: The good news is 65% plan to track implementation going forward.
Takeaway: Ideations teams should include a tracking mechanism for measuring value from the start.
Takeaway: Provide reporting to all levels of the organization to promote awareness and inclusion.
Final thoughts: No matter if you and your company are crowdsourced innovation management experts, or if you are just trying to determine how to get started, take the survey. As a token of our appreciation, you will also receive a complimentary copy of the new survey findings when it is available and if you complete the survey and you will be entered in a drawing to win a $250 Amazon gift card.* We look forward to sharing the insights.
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