Traditional work structures are failing and a lot of us in the future of workspace are supporting new systems—like digital platforms that connect companies to a global workforce and connect workers to better contract assignments. This is all great news. But it’s also changed everything, including employment access to the perks that traditionally come with more classic structures, like a salaried job with benefits.
In this episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews are joined by Jeffery Moss the founder and CEO of Parker Dewey. Parker Dewey offer “micro internships” for students to showcase their skills and potential while also getting paid and providing employers with skills and the chance to get to know student talent who might go on to longer term internships or full time future roles.
Join the next Center for the Transformation of Work (CTW) meeting as we analyze the recently released CXC Global Labour Trends Report with CXC Managing Director Connor Heaney.
This episode of the WORK podcast features future of work expert Jeff Schwartz. Jeff is a Senior Advisor in the Future of Work at Deloitte Consulting, author of the book WORK DISRUPTED, an Adjunct Professor Columbia Business School and last year was named the Vice President of Insights and Impact at Gloat
CTW Meet-Up with Mike Tushman & Andy Binns, co-authors of Corporate Explorer – How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game.
Michael Tushman, Professor at the Harvard Business School and Andrew Binns Director and Co-founder at Change Logic will discuss their new forthcoming book, Corporate Explorer – How Corporations Beat Startups at the Innovation Game.
Tim Pröhm offers a unique perspective on the effects that the shift to remote work and open talent are having on organizational hiring practices, worker protections, and future of work predictions.
Speaking with Connor Heaney offers compelling insights into how the dynamics of the open talent marketplace in the US, Europe, and the rest of the world are closely connected. As the international business community continues to better understand the practical benefits and the enormous potential of open talent, creating transparency throughout processes – from sourcing, compliance, and procurement – will be critical to the future of open talent.
It’s a very exciting time to be involved in the Open Talent movement. There is so much to learn and, more importantly, many opportunities to make work better for all. We don’t have all the answers. And, we don’t even know all the questions. There is one thing we do know; the transformation of work is happening at an unprecedented rate and it shows no sign of slowing down.
On today’s call we give thanks and gratitude for our community and look forward to 2021 with positivity and optimism for the open economy.
On this week’s community call we welcome Jesse Arundel from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Today’s call featured the release of rough draft graphic of the open marketplace on a Mural board and a great discussion about the Center for the Transformation of Work.