Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact Team Introduces Conscious Crowdsourcing

Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice presents its new Conscious Crowdsourcing report, continuing to look at the trends that are shaping how people and organisations affect positive social change. 

The report illustrates how businesses can engage, equip and empower influencers to both raise awareness of and present solutions to the biggest issues in the world today, from climate change to poverty to healthcare. In addition to analysis, the report highlights action points to guide Conscious Crowdsourcing efforts.

Conscious Crowdsourcing also looks at some recent social movements – from the Arab Spring to the global Women’s March – and offers an overview on how to shape the passion, ideas and actions of mobilised individuals into an organised, efficient, concerted effort that enables social progress.

The team created the Innovation Trends Report resource to build awareness and fuel dialogue around the fast growing Solution Economy – multi-disciplinary and collaborative efforts by companies, foundations, nonprofits, governments and individuals to solve complex social problems.

Click here to view the full report.