Category Archives: Government Crowdsourcing

Join us for the next Innovation Leaders Forum

Meet innovators from government and the world’s leading companies at Imaginatik’s upcoming Innovation Leaders Forum to be held in Washington, D.C. June 15. The all-day event features innovation workshops, networking opportunities, and stories from innovation leaders who are producing cutting-edge techniques and practices that are paving the way for successful new growth opportunities. See the […]

Applying new ideas to old problems

In many towns and cities, day-to-day decisions are made by employees entrusted with overseeing the millions of dollars residents contribute to making sure their water is clean, their roads are paved or clear of snow, and their schools are staffed with the best educators available. These decisions are often made with little direct oversight by […]

On BP and Collective Intelligence

Recently, the BBC ran an article about the possibility of using crowdsourcing techniques to help with the BP oil spill. We talked to Matt Chapman, a senior consultant at Imaginatik, about the impact Collective Intelligence would have on the tragedy. When disaster strikes, from hurricanes to earthquakes, people come together rapidly to help and clean […]

Imaginatik and the Greater Good

While we are a for-profit, publicly traded company, Imaginatik has a mission to change the world for the better. We think about this mission all the time and know that we will continue to find ways to use our software, our skills and our expertise in the areas of collective intelligence and collaborative innovation to bring about real change…

The power of crowds…to prepare an interview

The smart folk at Gartner are holding their annual Symposium and IT EXPO in Orlando, FL between October 18 and 22, 2009. Keynoting their event?   Vivek Kundra, the US Federal CIO. Gartner is requesting advice from the universe of smart and interested folk to suggest questions that they will ask Mr. Kundra onstage.  There are […]