This week’s topic: As mentioned during our last call we ended our three-day design sprint with a rough draft of a manifesto to guide our mission and purpose. We have been shaping and refining the manifesto and share our first draft during this call.
What steps a manager inside an organization would take to begin using open talent tools.
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?
In a wildly changing work landscape in which on-demand talent models are gaining ground, there will always be skeptics of open models standing right alongside the early adopters. One stance is not more right than the other. Businesses need the deep questioners just as much as evangelists. The key to moving forward is determining how these two functions or personality types can build trust—keeping business on course while embracing opportunity at the same time.
Few diseases have affected our culture as profoundly as the devastating results of cancer. I think every adult I know has experienced some sort of loss, due to cancer.
The collective intelligence of crowdsourcing platforms are posed to change the way companies work.
Lyft and Uber going public may change the way investors and the general public view the gig economy.
My life, over the past several years, has been shaken up, multiple times. Anyone who knows me, knows this. I live with the results of this disruption every day. I haven’t forgotten it, but that’s not what I want to write about here. Right now, I want to write about where I’m at today.
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.