Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice continues its deep dive into trends shaping how people and organisations affect positive social change; introducing its new Conscious Crowdsourcing report.
The Conscious Crowdsourcing report also explores recent social movements – from the Arab Spring to the global Women’s March – and offers perspective on the opportunity to channel the passion, ideas and actions of mobilised global citizens into organized, efficient and transparent multi-sector efforts that advance social progress. This fourth report in the five-part Innovation Trends Report series, Conscious Crowdsourcing illuminates how organisations can strategically engage, equip and empower change-makers, researchers, policymakers and global citizens to raise awareness of and co-create solutions to pressing issues from climate change to poverty to global health and beyond. In addition to analysis and insights, the report provides a roadmap and action plan to guide Conscious Crowdsourcing efforts.
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.
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The final report in the series will explore the topic of Inclusive Global Economies and what it will take to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and ensure a more equitable, sustainable and prosperous future for people and the planet. A comprehensive view of the report series is below.
Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact practice is an award-winning global team that builds engagement strategies for purpose-driven organisations. To learn more about Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact work, click here.
Innovation Trends Report Series
Networked Smart Cities: How we source and scale innovations to ensure cities provide a vibrant, equitable, sustainable, liveable environment for inhabitants.
Released October 2015 — View the full report.
Always-On Transparency: How forward-thinking organizations continually share the failures, lessons and insider perspectives behind impact results.
Released February 2016 — View the full report.
Purpose-Driven Data: How we realize the potential for better data analysis and insights that inform solutions and advances for society.
Released September 2016 — View the full report.
Conscious Crowdsourcing: How organizations harness the expertise of those in the virtual network who are best equipped to solve a particular challenge.
Released March 2017 — View the full report.
Inclusive Global Economies: How we can overcome the consequences of the global wealth imbalance to ensure access to health, education, and opportunity for all.