“It is better to ask a question that is deep and strange and unexpected, than have the answer to everything.” Werner Herzog
Writing effective questions for a crowdsourcing community is an art as well as a science. Here are 5 top tips that we’ve learned to help create an interesting, engaging, productive and innovative challenge:
Which questions do you have that you want to share with a crowd, and do they meet the 5 principles above? Here are a few examples of crowdsourcing challenge questions that we like and have worked well for us on previous projects. Which do you prefer and why?
All of the principles and examples above are part of 100%Open’s newly updated innovation toolkit (www.toolkit.100open.com) which is free to access and contains lots of useful and practical techniques to help plan and implement successful open innovation and crowdsourcing.
This post was originally published here on the Idea Drop blog. Idea Drop are one of 100%Open’s ideas management platform partners.