Open Assembly CEO John Winsor welcomes Deloitte’s Steve Hatfield to the WORK podcast. Steve has more than 20 years of experience guiding Strategy Innovation Organization Culture Workforce and Leadership to Fortune 500 clients around the world.
This week we discussed the potential business model of the Center for Transformation of Work with the idea of tokenization.
Bryan Peña of Defiant Solutions and John Winsor sit down and talk about the open talent economy, consulting for large enterprise and platforms, and the future of work.
John Winsor chats with Jerry Wind, Lauder Professor Emeritus and Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School and the co-author of a new book: Transformation in Times of Crisis: Eight Principles for Creating Opportunities and Value in the Post-Pandemic World
To learn more about our bi-monthly calls visit: https://open-assembly.com/blog/center-for-the-transformation-of-work-community-call
Today was the first call of 2021 for the Center for the Transformation of Work community. We went around “the room” and checked in with everyone to learn more about what each attendee was looking forward to in 2021. Some excellent insights and networking from all around the world of the open talent economy.
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.
In this episode we spoke with Christian Cotichini, co-founder and CEO of HeroX.Drawing upon nearly 20 years of XPRIZE Foundation experience, HeroX is a unique platform that enables any organization to solve any challenge in any field, using the power of the crowd.
On this week’s community call we welcome Jesse Arundel from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia
During thus episode we spoke with Erik Stettler, the Chief Economist at Toptal. Erik is also a founding partner of Firstrock Capital which ultimately led him to his current position at Toptal.