The Darwinator is a web-based system that enables people to run tournaments. Tournaments are business processes that identify a set of winners from a large set of contestants. For example, you can use an innovation tournament to conduct a company-wide brainstorming – employees submit ideas to the Darwinator where they get evaluated through voting or expert assessment. Alternatively, you can use the Darwinator for recruiting or nomination processes. Job candidates submit their cases via the Darwinator and your management team can screen them for good candidates. Our team developed the first version of the Darwinator in 2007 as part of our research on innovation tournaments. Our book, Innovation Tournaments, has helped redefine innovation processes around the world and is the foundation for the innovation curriculum at many business schools, including The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania), The Haas School of Business (UC Berkeley), and INSEAD (Fontainebleau / Singapore).