Innovation Trends Report: Conscious Crowdsourcing
Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice continues its deep dive into trends shaping how peopleand organisations affect positive social change; introducing its new Conscious Crowdsourcing report.
The Conscious Crowdsourcingreport also explores recent social movements – from the Arab Spring to the global Women’s March –and offers perspective on the opportunity to channel the passion, ideasand actions of mobilised global citizens into organized, efficientand transparent multi-sector efforts that advance social progress. This fourth report in the five-part Innovation Trends Report series, Conscious Crowdsourcingilluminates how organisations can strategically engage, equipand empower change-makers, researchers, policymakersand global citizens to raise awareness ofand co-create solutions to pressing issues from climate change to poverty to global healthand beyond. In addition to analysisand insights, the report provides a roadmapand action plan to guide Conscious Crowdsourcing efforts.
The team created the Innovation Trends Reportresource to build awarenessand fuel dialogue around the fast growing Solution Economy – multi-disciplinaryand collaborative efforts by companies, foundations, nonprofits, governmentsand individuals to solve complex social problems.
The final report in the series will explore the topic of Inclusive Global Economiesand what it will take to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goalsand ensure a more equitable, sustainableand prosperous future for peopleand the planet. A comprehensive view of the report series is below.
Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice is an award-winning global team that builds engagement strategies for purpose-driven organisations.