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!
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 […]
During this week’s Open Assembly Collective community call we discussed: How can we work together to help organizations adopt open talent models?
How will companies emerge and move forward as the Covid-19 curve flattens? Will there be a new work paradigm, or will we all be back to work as usual.
As we are propelled into an even-more digital age, companies and employees are both asking: To what degree will AI replace human intelligence and make jobs obsolete? In the inevitable future of AI, what is the outlook for human employees? Neil Jensen, Vice President, Product Strategy, Workday, identifies trends in areas like the future of work. I asked Jensen to share with us the trends he’s seeing in the future-of-work space.
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