Thank you to all who joined this Open Assembly Community Call as we welcomed Randstad Enterprise‘s Chief Digital Officer, Thomas Jajeh, and Head of Talent Advisory Services, Hary Bottka to take a deeper dive into the findings of their 2023 Talent Trends Report, which revealed nearly half of human capital leaders (42%) say that talent scarcity is still one of their greatest pain points.
Watch/Listen below to learn what human capital leaders are prioritizing right now, and explore the areas where open talent and open innovation models make the most sense as a viable and tangible solution.
Key points of discussion:
- Impact of Gen AI on the community, platforms & business models
- ChatGPT: productivity or play?
- 2023’s Top 10 Talent Trends
- Create a business advantage from market uncertainty
- Talent scarcity
- Hiring methodology landscape
- People, process & technology fuel the talent experience
- Talent acquisition systems, tools & utilities
- Contingent competitors
- Mapping distinct UX
- Brand differentiator
- Corporate culture shift
- ROI vs regulation
- Digital transformation
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OA Community membership is free to every platform, business, and individual engaged with, or interested in, the Open Talent community. Whether you represent an open talent platform, a business using freelance talent, or you are an independent freelancer, we welcome you as a member of the community. We hope you will engage in the conversations, invite colleagues to join the community, and help the Open Talent Economy grow and thrive.
00:13:10 sm: anyone here from pharma?
00:13:25 Frankie Wong
00:14:26 Todd Boyd
00:14:27 Una Herlihy: Happy to connect with all you lovely peeps!
00:14:43 Antonio Sadarić: happy to connect as well!
00:15:09 Hary Bottka
00:16:05 Ana Kramarenko
00:16:41 Thomas Jajeh
00:17:51 Ben Ross: Mixed
00:17:57 Bryan Pena: work
00:17:57 David Messinger: Work
00:17:58 Hary Bottka: Both
00:17:59 Rochelle HAYNES: Yes for work
00:18:00 Antonio Sadarić: Midjourney experimentation
00:18:00 Basler-Reeder, Kyle J: All the things
00:18:00 Derek Last: Work
00:18:01 Nisha:): mixed
00:18:03 Caitlin McGregor NerdApp: Yes
00:18:03 Caroline Ayoub – Khibraty: work mostly
00:18:04 Allison Ryder: Avoiding it for work
00:18:06 Ana Kramarenko: Of course 😉
00:18:08 Vanessa Miller: Work – Graphite has it built into our talent platform.
00:18:09 Frankie Wong: For wor
00:18:09 Liliana Pop: Happily ignored it
00:18:13 DD: Work
00:18:13 Allison Ryder: Reacted to “Happily ignored it” with 👍
00:18:17 Una Herlihy: Currently using for play but working on a prototype with one of the universities in Ireland.
00:18:18 Frankie Wong: For Work
00:18:19 Link: More for editing and summarizing or research
00:18:53 DD: 20%
00:18:54 Ben Ross: 20%
00:18:56 Bryan Pena: 40%
00:18:56 Vanessa Miller: 15%
00:18:57 Michael Morris: 15%
00:19:02 Ana Kramarenko: 10%
00:19:02 Frankie Wong: 10%
00:19:16 David Messinger: 35%
00:19:22 Carin-Isabel Knoop (HBS): could be up to 80% reduction for work that relies on published sources
00:19:31 Nisha:): 20%
00:19:34 Antonio Sadarić: Reacted to “could be up to 80% r…” with 👏
00:20:11 Antonio Sadarić: workforce transformation in motion needs serious upskilling
00:20:28 Link: It requires freelancers to pivot
00:20:40 San Rahi: I’m a big believer in weak forces: GAI adoption might be highest in more utilitarian modes than transformative modes
00:22:13 Link: Theres no making it go away. I agree with Bryan. We need to embrace it and get ahead of the curve….especially the practitioners that deal in AI Ethics
00:22:37 Vanessa Miller – Graphite: Reacted to “Theres no making it …” with 👍
00:22:46 Todd Boyd: Organizing the HI (Human Intelligence) that trains the AI to serve them and perpetuate their knowledge
00:22:57 Ana Kramarenko: Reacted to “Organizing the HI (H…” with 👍
00:23:21 Link: Reacted to “Organizing the HI (H…” with 👍
00:23:54 Bryan Pena
00:24:13 Brandon Dwight: Balaji Bondili
00:24:30 Brandon Dwight: Bryan Peña
00:25:12 Una Herlihy
00:25:33 Brandon Dwight: Hary Bottka
00:26:31 Brandon Dwight: Thomas Jajeh
00:26:41 Ben Ross
00:26:44 Brandon Dwight: Randstad Enterprise 2023 Talent Trends Report
00:26:44 San Rahi: I’m attending (and speaking at) TWIN Global at the Royal Institute. A rich mix of thinkers and doers: London 5/31
00:26:51 Rochelle HAYNES: Gotta run into another meeting. One more week of this Thursday commitment then I’ll be back in regular OA meetings. Missed these discussions. Take care 🎉
00:26:57 Link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/linkdreams/
00:26:59 Basler-Reeder, Kyle J
00:27:43 Vanessa Miller – Graphite 👋
00:28:32 Melisa Liberman
00:28:41 Robert Reich: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertreich
00:29:04 Caroline Ayoub – Khibraty: Reacted to “I’m attending (and s…” with ❤️
00:29:19 Ana Kramarenko
00:32:21 Bondili, Balaji: Is that true that automation was impacted by lawyers? I think it was impacted more by imagination and incentives more than legal.
00:33:23 Robert Reich: Thanks everyone.
00:34:27 Ashley, UntapSocial: If you have a question or want to chime in, feel free to use the *raise hand* Reaction and we’ll do our best to get to you!
00:37:43 Jon Younger: firstname.lastname@example.org … always looking for a good story about the freelance revolution.
00:43:41 Liliana Pop
00:44:28 Paul Mikhaylenko
00:45:23 Caroline Ayoub – Khibraty
00:46:30 Brandon Dwight: Kirstin Hammerberg
00:49:00 Link: Culture is a conversation that should have it’s own full day seminar….
00:49:06 Ben Ross: Reacted to “Culture is a convers…” with 👍🏽
00:49:16 Brandon Dwight: Patrick Armitage
00:50:53 Una Herlihy: Reacted to “Culture is a convers…” with 👍
00:52:23 Link: I always find it ironic that it’s supposed to be “people, process, and technology,” but culture, ethics, people and relationships always are discussed last. It’s not just about the business and protecting IP and bottom line; relationships with the people, training, education, and gathering input should be the thing that comes first moving forward. There is no doubt that AI is disrupting the future of work industry. We need to start with people first.
00:52:40 Patrick Armitage: In the fitness tech world I’ve seen integrations and aggregation that flow consumer data from one platform to another that are arguably a Competitor AND a Frenemy AND a Strategic Partner. Sometimes money oiled the wheels. Sometimes clients demanded the integration. At the end of the day the consumer benefited. First mover also mattered to negotiate the best possible
00:53:14 Vanessa Miller – Graphite: Reacted to “I always find it iro…” with 👍
00:53:21 Patrick Armitage: Reacted to “I always find it iro…” with 👍
00:53:59 Brandon Dwight: Jon Younger PhD
00:57:11 Ben Ross: 100% what Thomas just said
00:58:25 Brandon Dwight: San Rahi: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanrahi/
00:58:46 Link: Great comment and question @San
01:00:06 Ashley, UntapSocial: Great question Link
01:00:12 Brandon Dwight: Chris “Link” Duarte: https://www.linkedin.com/in/linkdreams/
01:00:24 Link: They shouldn’t be viewed as separate
01:00:35 Una Herlihy: Reacted to “They shouldn’t be vi…” with 💪
01:00:43 DD: Great session everyone. See you all next time
01:01:12 Link: That’s a very big problem
01:01:19 Todd Boyd: Thanks everyone! Really enjoyed the discussion.
01:01:23 Una Herlihy: Excellent session yet again. So much to think about and so many great new people to connect with. See you all next time.
01:01:44 Link: How can we serve people without the experts that understand people?
01:02:13 San Rahi: Thank you @Hary and @Thomas – great session!
01:02:33 Caroline Ayoub – Khibraty: Thanks all, it was great
01:02:35 Patrick Armitage: Ditto ^
01:02:43 Thomas Jajeh: thanks for discussing with us!
01:02:51 San Rahi: Reacted to “thanks for discussin…” with ❤️
01:02:58 Bondili, Balaji: YES.
01:03:14 Bondili, Balaji: That is the community! We are intermediaries!