One of the leading providers of crowdsourcing communities and services, Chaordix, has been named as one of the worlds most democratic workplaces of 2011. The WorldBlu Most Democratic Workplaces awards those organisations around the world which successfully practice organisational democracy. This year marks the 5th Annual awards being presented to over 52 worthy organisations, based on assessment of their practice of democratic principles including transparency, integrity, dialogue and listening, accountability and choosing leaders, individualism, systems, and processes.
Chaordix™ is a leading provider of managed crowdsourcing communities, helping organizations apply crowdsourcing to a wide range of needs such as product and service innovation and co-creation, predicting market reaction, enhancing brand relevance, or tapping the problem solving capability of crowds. Chaordix enables blue chip client s such as P&G, PwC, IBM and Orange to engage the crowd via the web to assess and rate submissions to find the most-likely-to-succeed solutions.
Democracy is at the centre of what we do, we practice it and we power it. Crowdsourcing is based on the methodology that intelligent answers and solutions occur when you invite in and synthesize input from diverse, qualified and passionate stakeholders. It’s our mission to foster democratic collaboration with our team, our clients, and the crowds that we manage for innovation, market research and brand loyalty. We are thrilled, once again, to be recognized for our efforts by WorldBlu, and to be recognized among our peers that we respect and admire.
Shelley Kuipers, Chief Executive Officer at Chaordix
Amongst the 52 chosen that Chaordix can share its prominent accolade with are leading giants such as Groupon, Zappos.com, and HCL Technologies. Recipients were chosen from both for-profit and non-profit organizations from a wide range industries, including aerospace, technology, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, retail, services and energy.
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