In an increasingly connected world, large networks have become a source of valuable information and insight. The idea of effectiveness of the wisdom of crowds was explored by James Surowiecki in his book of the same name.
Crowdsourcing has become a popular method to collect data, funds and predict outcomes of events. Social networks are the tools of choice for organizations and independent business professionals to gather data from crowds. Companies like Microsoft are using crowdsourcing to undermine the legality of lawsuits filed by patent trolls. Independent artists are bypassing the traditional sources of financing for crowdfunding – leveraging social networks such as Twitter and Facebook to raise funds for art projects.
24point0 has created an editable Wisdom of Crowds graphics deck that can be used by consultants or professionals making PowerPoint presentations on crowdsourced or crowdfunded projects.
The five editable crowdsourcing graphics in the deck can be used to convince upper management about the wisdom of crowds. If you want to illustrate what exactly constitutes a wise crowd as opposed to an unintelligent mob, then you can use the following slide to show exactly that:
Want to make a PPT presentation on the advantages of crowdsourcing? Then a slide from the deck can be used to show this:
24point0’s editable Social Networking deck can be used in a PPT presentation on crowdsourcing as well. The deck includes icons of social networks for use in a presentation on the subject:
Got a project that needs crowdsourcing or crowdfunding to succeed? Then buy and download 24point0’s editable Wisdom of Crowds deck today!