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Open Assembly hosts the conversations and connections between organizations and people wishing to adapt and thrive as digital tools like crowdsourcing, blockchain and artificial intelligence change how we work. Our unique access to insights from Harvard Business School faculty, researchers and the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH) means we provide valuable content, community, and strategic advising that educate, connect, and inspire people who want to learn new ways of working using open strategies.

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Content. Our content programs inform, educate and inspire our community of organizations, platforms and people to effectively adopt open strategies that will help them remain relevant and effective.

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Confused about AB5? Here are 4 Key Takeaways

The California Supreme Court signed into law Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), which could change how businesses employ contract workers. Nicknamed the “gig economy bill,” the legislation establishes criteria around the classification of full-time employees versus independent contractors.

Hard Things Are Hard

The reality is hard things are hard. Changing culture around open talent and the future of work is a monumental task. It will take decades for organizations to change the way they employ and work with people. There has been pain as we have moved along the adoption curve, starting with those of us that have been entrepreneurs wanting to make their own way in the world, working for ourselves in remote location.

Surfing the Wave of Innovation in the Staffing Industry

A couple of weeks ago the Staffing Industry Analysts ran the 4th annual Collaborating in the Gig Economy Conference. While I was able to steal away for a surf session at the end of the conference, the real highlight of the week was the healthy dialogue about the future of the staffing industry.

Four Ways To Prepare For The Future Of Work

Conversation about the future of work is everywhere, but who really knows what that means, and who can help guide us into that future? This is the work I’ve been doing at Open Assembly and also in my role as Executive in Residence at the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH).

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