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Crowdsourcing Critical Success Factor Model Strategies to harness the collective intelligence of the crowd Ankit

@inproceedings{Sharma2010CrowdsourcingCS,
  title={Crowdsourcing Critical Success Factor Model Strategies to harness the collective intelligence of the crowd Ankit},
  author={Sharma and A Sharma},
  year={2010}
}
Crowdsourcing, simply referring to the act of outsourcing a task to the crowd, is one of the most important trends revolutionizing the internet and the mobile market at present. This paper is an attempt to understand the dynamic and innovative discipline of crowdsourcing by developing a critical success factor model for it. The critical success factor model is based on the case study analysis of the mobile phone based crowdsourcing initiatives in Africa and the available literature on… 

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