[PDF / Epub] ★ Mindsharing: The Art of Crowdsourcing Everything Author Lior Zoref – 1sm.info

Mindsharing: The Art of Crowdsourcing Everything With Than Half Of All Adult Americans Using Facebook, Twitter, And LinkedIn, We Are Connected Than Ever These Connections Are Our Greatest Source Of Knowledge And Decision Making Whether We Need To Make Better Financial Choices, Find The Love Of Our Life, Or Transform Our Career, Mind Sharing Offers Out Of The Box Ways To Use Technology To Upgrade Our ThinkingThrough The Power Of Mind Sharing, We All Can Learn To Make Quicker, Wiser, And Objective Decisions About Any Aspect Of Our Lives Mind Sharing Is Where Innovation And Creativity Is Fueled By The Collective Wisdom Of Our Digital Networks Author Lior Zoref Offers Step By Step Guidelines For How To Tap Into The Full Potential Of Online Networks These Connections Have The Power To Change Lives And Make Dreams Come True Zoref Includes Examples Such As How A Mother S Facebook Update Saved The Life Of A Four Year Old Boy How One Man Used The Crowd As A Matchmaker And Found The Love Of His Life How A Take Me To Work With You Post Helped One Woman Create Her Own Personal Job Fair And Discover Her Dream Job Was Closer Than She Realized How Business Leaders Are Using Mind Sharing To Innovate And Problem Solve In Record Time And With Better Results How One Manager Used A LinkedIn Group To Create A Year S Worth Of Market Research In Less Than A Day How Mind Sharing Can Be The Key To Making Any Dream A Reality, And How The Crowd Can Coach You Along The WayDrawing From His Personal Experience As A Former Executive At Microsoft, As Well As Insights From His PhD Research And Extensive Network, Zoref Reveals How Strategic Crowdsourcing Has The Ability To Supercharge Our Thinking, And Upgrade Every Aspect Of Our Lives


About the Author: Lior Zoref

I m a crowd wisdom researcher, a speaker, former Microsoft executive, and private consultant for crowdsourcing and digital strategy I teach crowdsourcing and digital marketing to MBA students and at the Israeli Marketing Association I gave the first ever crowd sourced TED talk at TED 2012 in Long Beach, California I hold a bachelor s and master s degree in computer science from the Technion and currently am a PhD candidate at Bar Ilan University.



10 thoughts on “Mindsharing: The Art of Crowdsourcing Everything

  1. says:

    This book can be summed up in one sentence If you have a question, ask a crowd of random people about it, because that will give you a good answer, and can sometimes lead to unexpected results.Also Purportedly, when you have a large enough crowd size, the crowd will beat the expert at getting theaccurate answer E.g A crowd of 100 laypeople will belikely to give a better answer to a question about, say, physic


  2. says:

    Boring as hell, full of unneccesary info Could be summarized is 2 longer sentences.


  3. says:

    In his book Zoref offers several practical tools for unleashing powerful creativity that you can get from a large crowd as well as success stories of several people who succeeded by using crowdsourcing The goal of the book is to help you use social media to learn things faster, build stronger relationships with people online, and understand the intricacies of the digital age today I recommend reading the introduction because


  4. says:

    I was very disappointed in this book It should have never been a book, a long article max The material feels bloated and Lior keeps going around same ideas over and over again Don t overuse your crowd , I worked at Microsoft , Treat your people like your girlfriend common, really useless and repetitive.The book did not provide any valuable insight and overall felt like an attempt to prove author s personal stuff.


  5. says:

    Great Start, nice ideas opens a new channel and aspect of everyday interactions But then gets too much into personal and only talks about him self, I admit I took it thinking its from a scientific prospective, where results are maybe not so spectacular, but aresystematic He is Just talking about one success story of his and thats that That s how individual success works, not collective progress Overall, ironically I think collective knowled


  6. says:

    I was not too interested in this book when I received the email asking if I would mind getting a free copy for a review and such, but I took the plunge and read the provided first part of the book Seeing how relevant the information was to my very life, I could not keep myself from wanting to knowabout Crowdsourcing in my own life I certainly had done it by ascendent myself a few times, but what if this could be something I could do regularly Is it


  7. says:

    Decision making can be very difficult It is especially difficult when our health, finances, career or relationship is involved In this book, Mr Zoref explains how we can find advice and wisdom from our social networks He believes mindsharing is a simple way to use the tools and technology already in place to access and share our greatest human resources.one another We are stronger than me This is the theme of Mindsharing and Mr Zoref instructs the reader o


  8. says:

    This book is a valuable, accessible introduction to a tool that will likely become essential to our everyday lives But the book was so focused on the perspective and self promotion of the author, that it was difficult to isolate the practical nuggets that would be most useful to readers Much of the book discussed the use of ones own social networks, especially Facebook, to mindshare in order to makeinformed life decisions But the reality is, very few people are do


  9. says:

    Mindsharing focuses on social media as a crowd source of intelligence, wisdom, and creativity The book offers plenty of examples, from the way Lior crowdsourced his TED talk and his book, to the experience of others who asked their own social media crowd about relationships, parenting, health issues, and following their dreams Read my review here Mindsharing One More Reason to Love Social Media Mindsharing focuses on social media as a crowd source of intelligence, wisdom,


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book is stupid and not worth the time to read It takes the idea of the wisdom of the crowd and tries to apply it to the Facebook world It then goes on to teach you how to exploit your Facebook friends to find answers to questions big and small.I couldn t even finish the book.


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