Contrôle de l'information et crowdsourcing
Based upon two case studies, this communication aims to determine if crowdsourcing impacts the way organizations control their communication. Result is a paradox because it shows that crowdsourcing improves communication efficiency but reduces the control on the information
|Date of creation:||22 Oct 2010|
|Publication status:||Published in 2ème Etats Généraux du Management, Oct 2010, Paris, France. FNEGE, pp.1-11, 2010|
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