What’s going on? Open innovation and politics

Open Innovation for socio-political subjects - does it work? This Challenge so far has proved that it does.
March 7, 2014 - PRLog -- As we do not want to keep our BrainUser too much on tenterhook, we would like to go into our sociopolitical challenge (it’s already some time since it started). First off all we have to thank you for this great participation in a campaign that doesn’t promise any material compensation. In our times definitely not a matter of course and thus we are even more excited by the quality of the delivered comments

Even though there are ‘only’ 23 suggestions posted so far, we consider this as a brilliant outcome taking into account the wide-ranging, difficult subject. And in the end there might be some more added.

The delivered proposals range from short but highly efficient indications to complex socio-political changes, which demand a certain rethinking from all of us.

Obviously it will be hard to determine a ‘winner’ as in our opinion everybody who wrote down just a single line is a winner. And ultimately it will be our society that wins, as it is shown here that not just ignorance and greed are the driving forces behind the lives of so many of us.

Remains the hope that politicians, organizations and other formations that we will approach after the close of the challenge, to present the most promising ideas, will honor those ideas appropriately. In any case the teams of Netbaes and BrainSourcer will spare no effort to support it.

In the meantime, it would be great if more comments and ratings will be given to the already posted inspirations. This way the entire enterprise will receive more weight and additionally it will make it easier for the jury in the end

For more info pleas go to: http://www.brain-sourcer.com

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