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.
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.
Open talent platforms are in a unique position to pioneer and design the future of work with an eye on the mental health of freelancers.
This week’s Center for the Transformation of Work (CTW) community call features Agnieszka Porebska who is VP External Relations at Talent Alpha. During this meeting she will present the important data and insights from the recently released Future of Work Report 2021: The A3 Revolution. A3 stands for Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere which means workers are getting work done on their own terms and companies need a multi-dimensional strategy to stay on track. Join us to learn more and discuss.
This Center for the Transformation of Work (CTW) community call dives into decentralized autonomous organizations, tokenization and smart contracts.
Open Assembly, the global authority on open talent and open innovation, announces the merging of Re-source, one of Europe’s leading open talent and human cloud advisors, into the organization. PURPOSE […]
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 […]
Open Assembly, the global authority on open talent and open innovation, announces the merging of Re-source, one of Europe’s leading open talent and human cloud advisors, into the organization. The collaboration adds consulting expertise to Open Assembly’s thought leadership and convenings, and strengthens Open Assembly as the industry’s go to location for businesses’ adoption of open talent including freelancing, crowdsourcing, open innovation, and the gig economy.
Jon Younger joined us for this call to present key findings from The Global Survey on Freelancing during our Center for the Transformation of Work community call.