This week’s topic: We’ve been busy collecting your surveys and refining the design principles. It’s a work in progress, but we’re am excited to give you an update. Thanks to all of you who took time out of your busy schedules to participate. We appreciate your input.
After a week off, we’re back discussing the latest insights from the leaders of the open economy.
We continued discussing the hypothesis and some of the findings from last week’s incredible collaboration.
This week’s topic: As a group of allies who believe in the virtues of open talent and innovation models we want to help increase their adoption. We believe that we can make more significant progress together than apart. Ho:w should we come together to organize the open talent marketplace, overcome our most critical challenges and […]
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?
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?
Change is the New Normal: What are organizations abandoning since COVID-19 and what will they not continue to do once things return to “normal”?
What are organizations abandoning since COVID-19 and what will they not continue to do once things return to “normal”? We heard from a few of the brightest minds to help us answer the question.
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.
My focus on the future of work means that I’m often privy to the inner workings of some of today’s most innovative companies. Moving toward open sourcing and the gig economy comes with its fair share of internal questioning and resistance
One year ago, 100 people gathered at the Crowd Academy held by the Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH) in the halls of Harvard Business School. At that meeting, there was a feeling that we had all discovered our long-lost tribe.