Tomorrow I’ll be moderating a panel at Stanford on a fun topic: Crowdsourcing. In fact, the central question to the discussion will be addressing answers to this partial statement: “Crowdsourcing will never work to do….”
Jay plans to argue that crowdsourcing will never work to create new things.
Hal plans to argue that crowdsourcing will never get you an excess return on the stock market.
And Joel plans to argue that crowdsourcing isn’t an easier way to do business; it’s a *different* way to do business, with different processes involved and different skills required.
What I want to do here is to do a bit of my own crowdsourcing…. what do you think crowdsourcing can NOT do, and what do you make of our panelists ideas?