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One of the most common requests I hear from my clients is that they want to be able to easily import outside data into the database. They might have things like lists of attendees from meetings not managed in the primary database; or membership leads gathered from a trade show staff recently attended; or names of people who showed up and registered on-site for a recent event.

Whatever the reason, at some point, every one of my clients has had a list of names and/or companies that they wanted to import into their AMS. The challenge is that it’s never as simple as it sounds.. Click here to read the rest of the article.

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Dear professionals,

My name is Victoria. I am a student of Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management. My current project deals with the question wheather lead user method do influence commercial success of the company. However, after a thorough research, we found out that there is not enough proof that this method actually work! I would very much appreciate if you can share any information wheather lead user method did contribute to the commercial success and provide real cases and numbers (sales before and after lead user methos implementation).

Your information will contribute a lot to our research and maybe will help to deepen already existing knowledge in that topic!

Kindest regards,
Victoria Fedorova

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Hi there – you make some excellent points here!

Just curious – do you have that image of the the skeleton with the drill in high-resolution? I think it’s brilliant.

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Hey Peter, Chuck here from InnoCentive – Where The World Innovates.

Thanks for inviting InnoCentive to this ASAE event. Your and Jeff’s knowledge of the Association space and Open Innovation/Crowdsourcing blends much needed value for the Next Version of Associations. Early movers will benefit from incremental branding as an Innovative Association worthy of being a member of.

I spoke to many Innovative people running Associations and number of Thought Leaders during this conference and gained some great insight from them all. My gut says that this time next year there will be some great case studies of success between Associations and InnoCentive. I look forward to reporting on great successes as they happen.

I’ll let you and Jeff know when success happens. Your innovation here has kicked off some paths of change and I appreciate the opportunity to learn and absorb Association thinking from you both.

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Interesting twist on crowdsourcing. The Amazon Mechanical Turk is also a good way to crowdsource tasks. Here’s their web http://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome

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Hey Peter, Chuck here from InnoCentive – Where The World Innovates.

Thanks for inviting InnoCentive to this ASAE event. Your and Jeff’s knowledge of the Association space and Open Innovation/Crowdsourcing blends much needed value for the Next Version of Associations. Early movers will benefit from incremental branding as an Innovative Association worthy of being a member of.

I spoke to many Innovative people running Associations and number of Thought Leaders during this conference and gained some great insight from them all. My gut says that this time next year there will be some great case studies of success between Associations and InnoCentive. I look forward to reporting on great successes as they happen.

I’ll let you and Jeff know when success happens. Your innovation here has kicked off some paths of change and I appreciate the opportunity to learn and absorb Association thinking from you both.

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I believe C2C remains a product design certification, but you could contact them to learn more.

http://www.c2ccertified.com/

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How does a consultant gets a certification as a “Cradle to cradle” advissor?

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