In his book The Wisdom of Crowds, James Surowiecki observed leaders run the risk of being all tactics and no strategy unless they make sure that your day-to-day activity adds up to something bigger. “Successful campaigns,” he writes, “may depend as much on the fast aggregation of information from the field as on preexisting top-down strategy.”
This presentation shows how several creative concepts and frameworks –starting with “the wisdom of crowds” — are mashed up to create something new. The result is my fix for a web development requirements-gathering process which is too often broken.
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