What steps a manager inside an organization would take to begin using open talent tools.
Based on dialogue from our last several conversations we need to focus on four key areas: standards, certification, and accreditation, education, and research. What would the future look like in each of these areas if we were to achieve our goal?
Steve Rader, Deputy Director for the Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation at NASA led a discussion on platform collaboration and how we take the friction out of the process.
What initiatives would you want to do, that need others in the ecosystem to participate, to solve a long identified issue in driving adoption of open talent? Who would you like to collaborate with?
During this week’s Open Assembly Collective community call we discussed: How can we work together to help organizations adopt open talent models?
As the shift from traditional hierarchies to new networked business models for organizations happens, how do we shift our mindsets and mental models to increase the adoption of open talent?
This week’s conversation touched on mental health during the COVID-19 crisis and what policies, procedures and habits have organization stopped doing and now realize you won’t go back to after this crisis ends?
How will companies emerge and move forward as the Covid-19 curve flattens? Will there be a new work paradigm, or will we all be back to work as usual.
Independent Workers Can Fill In Your Skill Gaps—Here Are The Three Strategic Questions To Be Asking When Using Outsourced Talent
Open talent is a phenomenal solution to moving businesses forward in an era of rapid digital transformation. Tapping into this growing workforce segment means considering new worker-company relationships from all sides. This is something all businesses will need to consider at some point.
Open talent communities are growing rapidly to meet demands for general and niche skills. In our recent 2020 trends report we explored this trend.