CrowdDoing leverages what the open source community has long known about the potential efficacy of micro-leadership. Micro-leadership represents the micro-level of responsibility for a specific dimension of a social challenge. It creates a diversity of roles that allow individuals to take on flexible part-time levels of responsibility that allow them to address a specific dimensions of a social challenge. CrowdDoing recognizes the invaluable role that micro-leadership role diversification can play in support of social innovation, social enterprise and systemic change. CrowdDoing engages in capacity-building for achieving Sustainable Development Goals through the practice of micro-leadership.