Please join us for the bi-monthly Center for the Transformation of Work community calls. These calls are open to people who are interested in engaging in dialogue about the open talent economy, such as the use of open talent platforms, crowdsourcing, open innovation, freelancing, and more. Feel free to join us along with some of […]
During this WORK. podcast we welcome Neil Carberry, the CEO of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation which is a leading membership organization for recruitment and staffing firms based in the UK. The Recruitment and Employment Confederation helps UK’s professional recruiters have a lasting impact on the economy as well as candidates’ lives – making great work happen everyday.
This episode of the WORK podcast features future of work expert Jeff Schwartz. Jeff is a Senior Advisor in the Future of Work at Deloitte Consulting, author of the book WORK DISRUPTED, an Adjunct Professor Columbia Business School and last year was named the Vice President of Insights and Impact at Gloat
Today we welcomed Michael Tushman, Professor at the Harvard Business School and Andrew Binns Director and Co-founder at Change Logic to the Center for the Transformation of Work community meet-up to discuss their new forthcoming book, Corporate Explorer – How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game
CTW Meet-Up with Mike Tushman & Andy Binns, co-authors of Corporate Explorer – How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game.
Michael Tushman, Professor at the Harvard Business School and Andrew Binns Director and Co-founder at Change Logic will discuss their new forthcoming book, Corporate Explorer – How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game.
Tim Pröhm offers a unique perspective on the effects that the shift to remote work and open talent are having on organizational hiring practices, worker protections, and future of work predictions.
Steve King and McLean Robbins of MBO Partners present the results of their recent research study, which explores the rise and growth of the creator economy, the attitudes, motivations and demographics of independent creators, and what the creator economy means for the future of work.
Our final Center for the Transformation of Work community call of 2021! It’s been an amazing year and we look forward to discussing where we’ve been and where we are heading in 2022!
Community member Mark Hannant of Magenta gave us a sneak peak of a newly published communications handbook for thought leaders. We discussed who needs to be at the table, why thought leadership is a collaborative effort, and some simple steps that will help you cut through the noise and influence those receptive decision-makers.
In this episode of the How the Future Works podcast Eleanor and Barry take a moment to catch their breath following a busy fews weeks after the merger of re-source with Open Assembly. Following the update they check in with Emily and Alex, two digital nomads who have chosen life of freelancing to pursue their passions.
Carin-Isabel Knoop is an Executive Director at Harvard Business School and she is passionate about encouraging human sustainability and equal access at work. Today Carin led an open discussion about this important topic with members of our community.