The collective intelligence of crowdsourcing platforms are posed to change the way companies work.
A few weeks ago I returned from the 2019 TED conference in Vancouver and was struck that the conversation about the future of work and the gig economy had moved from the fringe to the center. I like the shift that’s happening.
Lyft and Uber going public may change the way investors and the general public view the gig economy.
As a long time TED participant I always look forward to this time of year. TED provides a perspective on where the world is going. A week of thoughtful dialogue with some of the best thinkers in the world.
Most of us don’t think about our water supply beyond the fact that we need and use it every day to survive. But my awareness of what it takes to provide communities with potable water has increased over the past few months, thanks to our Open Assembly Collective member Yorkshire Water.
A couple of weeks ago I let you know about the launch of the Open Assembly Collective which, essentially is a community of CEOs, Harvard Scholars, and executive level leaders who are passionate about and share the common goal of changing the paradigm and mindset of how people work. Our focus is to co-create and build the foundation for the future of work.
The other day my team was trying to find images for the launch of our new website and we were falling short. It’s easy to find images online that are free and good enough. It’s much harder to find higher quality images that are amazing and inspire and leave viewers feeling exactly the way you want your brand to leave them feeling.
I do a lot of work with Mike Morris, the CEO of Topcoder, which is a talent network and crowdsourcing platform. Morris told me about an awesome and fun competition they ran last week inspired by quantum computing to solve the world’s most difficult Sudoku.