This week Open Assembly founder and CEO John Winsor dove in to the question: How do we address people’s skills, get them upskilled, get them reskilled, as well as change curricula and teaching approaches accordingly?
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?
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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.
we realized a rich side result from the meeting was the simultaneous conversation happening in the chat space—a virtual water cooler of sorts— that reflected the real experiences and thoughts people were having as we all hunker down to beat this thing.
The time is now to lead by example and leverage our own expertise to mobilize ourselves with our local and digital communities to take action. Let’s individually and within our organizations find ways that together we can define problems and find solutions that can impact the outcomes of this modern day health crisis.
Many companies have forgotten the truth of what their product is all about. Has yours? Is it time for your company to dig into the culture, find out what customers really think, and understanding they hold on to?
Gig, crowd, freelancing are all terms companies and academics use to talk about a new powerful economy, fueled by technology, that is emerging and gives people the tools to be able to pursue their passions at a reasonable cost. It’s not much different than other less than inspiring terms like consumer and employee.
In the future of work, which is now, there’s a new type of person necessary to success. Call them crowdsourcing whisperers—or open-source evangelists. You can’t automate their influence on culture.
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).