“Utilising Creative Potential by Crowdsourcing”
On May 24, 2012 the book „Information Management 2.0“ by Lutz Becker, Walter Gora and Matthias Uhrig (Eds.) will be presented and published to which Thomas Schildhauer contributed the article „Utilising Creative Potential by Crowdsourcing & Co.“
Find further information on the German publication here.
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