South Karelia Social and Health District Development Project engaged home care staff members into Virtual Brainstorming. The aim was to reflect how home care services could be developed in a customer oriented approach.
CIMO wanted to increase effectiveness and productivity by involving stakeholders and personnel to the strategy work. Since stakeholders are widely scattered geographically, a natural way to capture their ideas was to set up a common web-based brainstorming.
The objective of the project is to change the operational model. It aims to bring arts and culture inside the schools – not the other way around.
The virtual brainstorming has been a tool for crowdsourcing in the Ministry of Employment and the Economy since 2008.