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Roland is in the enterprise solutions team at Freelancer.com and he works with individuals inside large enterprises who are passionate about transformational change.
This week’s Center for the Transformation of Work community call celebrated the one year anniversary of John Healy’s infamous LinkedIn post asking “ Who are the Rule Breakers? “