Crowds aren't always wise

12/30/2009 | Forbes

It seems as though everyone is rushing to jump on the "crowdsourcing" bandwagon, but innovation can't always be farmed out to the masses, writes Jez Frampton. Crowds can generate plenty of ideas, Frampton notes, but it takes an expert's judgment to separate the good ideas from the bad. "Good ideas have always been about quality, not quantity," Frampton argues.

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