Paul Estes is the author of the book Gig Mindset. He led the charge a while back within Microsoft, bringing programs to support and facilitate working with an on-demand workforce for Microsoft itself and Microsoft clients. John Winsor recently checked it with Paul about how he shifted his mindset and created the momentum to not only change his own life, but to change how an entire company does business. Here are some of the insights he shared.
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.
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.
This week we hear from Dr. Gretta Corporaal of the Oxford University Said Business School following here Future of Recruitment seminar. We also learn more about Topcoder’s Topcoder Open event and how they celebrate their community. And, we wrap it up with discussion about the Center for the Transformation of Work – and a special story from Open Assembly Founder John Winsor.
This week: On today’s call we hear from a variety of folks about the future of work including Oxford’s Dr. Greetje “Gretta” Corporaal on her upcoming event on November 12: The AI and the Digital Transformation of Work and Recruitment. We also hear from Laura McCleod of 99designs about there latest designer report where […]
This week’s topic: Today’s call touches on the recent acquisitions and mergers, universal I.D., the Center for the Transformation of Work and the upcoming OA Global Summit.
This week’s topic: We hear updates from LISH, the Open Assembly working groups and more!
This week’s topic: Today we hear from Harvard’s Chis Stanton as well as an update from our new organization work stream groups.
After a week off, we’re back discussing the latest insights from the leaders of the open economy.
What steps a manager inside an organization would take to begin using open talent tools.
Based on dialogue from our last several conversations we need to focus on four key areas: standards, certification, and accreditation, education, and research. What would the future look like in each of these areas if we were to achieve our goal?