A little goes a really long way and making use of the tools granted us through globalization is a perk we should take advantage of at any given point
Take a look at the business environment around you. Now, this is not an in-depth analysis, but more like an experiment in observation. Think about the inner workings of any business or any group for that matter. You have key players, all working towards the same goal, contributing ideas and skills for the better of the entity – whatever that may be.
All these ‘employees’ would, traditionally, be working for the company or group and therefore their area of expertise would be diversified only to the point where it continues to serve the singular goals of the group. What if, however, we looked beyond the traditional constructs that govern the corporate environment and dip into the trove of inspiration available to us through modern media and the general population?
The potential for start-ups and established businesses alike lies in the perspective that is to be gained from crowdsourcing. While there are obvious benefits to in-house thinkers; office structures and routine can easily murk creativity. So why don’t we dip into the general populous and ‘ask around’? It’s nothing completely revolutionary, writers and bloggers (forgive the elitism, but there needs to be a divide) often rely on external insights in rounding off abstract... Read more