Seeking Diversity and Inclusion Solutions Through Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing is a practice used by many organizations to obtain goods or services, source ideas and innovate solutions. The practice is now making its way into diversity and inclusion for organizations looking to find better ways to promote it.

Crowdsourcing is typically done via the internet, and methods include virtual labor markets, competitions and open collaboration.

The latest example of crowdsourcing in the D&I space is from Autism Speaks, which describes itself as a “nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting solutions across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan of people with autism and their families.” The company recently launched the “Autism Employment Connector Challenge” with a crowdsourced solutions platform and open marketplace provided by HeroX.

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