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Why Crowdsourcing Often Leads to Bad Ideas - Crowdsourcing is fast emerging as a mainstream innovation channel for companies. However, most crowdsourcing initiatives end up with an overwhelming amount of useless ideas. The key to harnessing innovative potential of crowdsourcing is not motivating everyone and getting the largest possible number of ideas, but designing an incentive structure that attracts the right people.
Upskilling is the process of providing employees with new skills to do their existing job more effectively.
Reskilling is the process of providing employees with new skills so that they can perform a different job.
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