This week’s topic:
We’ve been digging deep here at OA plotting out our next steps and this week we review the latest mission and vision statements in the manifesto, organizational structure, as well as talk more about long-term goals and metrics.
Chat room transcript:
00:13:00 Dyan Finkhousen: Hey everyone!
00:13:19 Steve Rader: Hey Dyan!!
00:13:22 Stacie Joosten: 👋
00:13:35 Gavin McClafferty: Hello!
00:13:47 Gavin McClafferty: Hey Dyan!
00:14:36 Alistair Hofert: Hi everyone from Johannesburg, South Africa – received an invite from Mary Mellino – I’m new to your group.
00:14:36 Steve Rader: Wow…. Bryan is sporting some color today!!
00:14:47 Steve Rader: Welcome Alistair!
00:15:08 Steve Rader: I used to live in J’burg…Lombardy East
00:15:12 Open Assembly: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-stanton-2716972/
00:15:13 Dyan Finkhousen: Welcome @Alistair!
00:16:22 Steve Rader: We like to do contests to find freelancers and then use them to do the larger tasks.
00:16:50 Dyan Finkhousen: @Stacie, @Catherine and @Steve take the award today for most envy-worthy backdrops!!
00:17:40 Steve Rader: @Dyan – I just need to get rid of this fan reflection and weird lighting through the window
00:17:55 Gavin McClafferty: @Chris – sounds very interesting!
00:18:08 Gavin McClafferty: I’ve had some experience of that.
00:18:27 Laura McLeod: Agree – would love to read the write up Chris!
00:25:54 Carin-Isabel Knoop: same!!
00:25:59 Carin-Isabel Knoop: all with bryan
00:26:01 Gavin McClafferty: @Chris @Balaji – That was incredible!
00:26:05 Carin-Isabel Knoop: john can be in his own break out!!!
00:26:11 Gavin McClafferty: Great to hear from you both.
00:26:12 Carin-Isabel Knoop: we noticed
00:33:28 Andy Barnes: If you like it… https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8951502/
00:33:29 Carin-Isabel Knoop: HAHAH Karma babt
00:33:32 Carin-Isabel Knoop: baby!
00:34:39 Dyan Finkhousen: Thanks @Andy – requested a join!
00:35:09 Gavin McClafferty: Great to catch-up! @Catherine @John
00:35:33 Balaji: FoWork.
00:35:48 Balaji: sorry sounds like FauxWork.
00:35:58 Dyan Finkhousen: FabulosoWork
00:36:30 Steve Rader: PassionWork
00:36:53 Wyatt Nordstrom: AnythingWork sounds like WeWork. Maybe some bad karma…
00:37:41 Andy Barnes: PassionWork sounds like an adult site @steve
00:37:56 Dyan Finkhousen: omglol @Andy!
00:38:23 Andy Barnes: Does the name have to be something available as a URL … ?
00:38:45 Wyatt Nordstrom: PassionWork – your source for freelance adult talent.
00:38:46 Steve Rader: @Andy lol
00:39:50 Balaji: people over machines.
00:40:14 Steve Rader: Human Purpose
00:40:28 Arthur Ransier: What about a name like Bee Fly? “Bee Flies are prodigious fliers that can hover in midair, move very fast and maneuver with great skill, changing directions in the blink of an eye. ”
00:40:30 Dyan Finkhousen: Elevating the Human Experience
00:40:37 Carin-Isabel Knoop: yes @steve Passion is about ourselves; Purpose is about others
00:40:40 Andy Barnes: talent.online
00:40:46 Arthur Ransier: It’d be like a startup!
00:40:56 Steve Rader: Human Power
00:41:22 Open Assembly: https://www.usgbc.org/
00:41:44 Dyan Finkhousen: HX to the power of AI (HX with AI in superscript)
00:41:49 Carin-Isabel Knoop: @Arthur — perhaps bumblebee fliers since we dont bite (unless we work at PassionWork…)
00:41:53 Steve Rader: @Dya +1
00:42:18 Steve Rader: @Carin lol
00:42:34 Dyan Finkhousen: omg @Carin lol
00:42:44 Andy Barnes: FOWIN [FutureOfWorkIsNow]
00:42:46 Arthur Ransier: @Carin haha
00:42:55 Steve Rader: AgilePeeps
00:43:00 Steve Rader: 🙂
00:43:18 Dyan Finkhousen: +100 @Steve
00:44:06 Andy Barnes: open-talent.world £3.19.
00:44:23 Andy Barnes: opentalent.world
00:45:07 Andy Barnes: opentalentstandards.com
00:45:14 Rich Copsey: G.L.O.W – Global Leadership in Open talent Workgroup 😉
00:45:24 Steve Rader: Nice Rich!!
00:45:36 Steve Rader: @Andy, I like that last one.
00:47:12 Wyatt Nordstrom: ugh, phone ringing, need to jump. super excited about the accreditation approach.
00:47:34 Catherine McGowin: Thanks, Wyatt!
00:48:12 Open Assembly: Wyatt: ABC.. Always Be Closing! 😉
00:48:22 Steve Rader: I really like that part!
00:50:05 Dyan Finkhousen: I love this focus!!
00:50:26 Tom Cooke: Space Foundation has a similar structure. https://www.spacefoundation.org/
00:50:54 Dyan Finkhousen: Thanks @Tom – great info!
00:51:26 Gavin McClafferty: @Tom – nice site!
00:51:55 Andy Barnes: @Bryan can I support you on the platforms one… the first group looked light on people
00:53:01 Freddie Laker: Can I ask a question?
00:53:11 Catherine McGowin: Go @Andy!
00:53:26 Steve Rader: @Freddie Sure!
00:53:34 Dyan Finkhousen: What’s up @Freddie?
00:54:01 Open Assembly: https://peopleforbikes.org/become-peopleforbikes-supplier/
00:55:46 Arthur Ransier: Is the goal to include freelancers among the membership? If so, we may want to include a member benefits workstream
00:56:55 Steve Rader: @Arthur I know we’ve talked about ways to ensure we have the voice of the freelancer
00:57:08 Alistair Hofert: Agree on the data as a pillar for machine learning matching for demand and supply in the market, at a task and gig level.
00:57:29 Dyan Finkhousen: @Balaji super important point – data strategy will be so important
00:57:33 Andy Barnes: @Arthur it would be a big benefit for freelancers if they could join ‘1’ or ‘2’ platforms and have access to a collective that covers ’10-20’ more
00:57:34 Carin-Isabel Knoop: how about a workstream on culture and support of open talent workforce to max productivity?
00:57:53 Arthur Ransier: I know the talent community is included in the audience on the manifesto — but not seeing them included in the workstreams.
00:59:30 Alex Wente: I’m interested in collaborating on the manifesto and enterprise education!
01:00:48 Roland Rosevear: Great point
01:01:06 Carin-Isabel Knoop: if ok to explore if there is the potential for another workstream and people are interested in the community/culture/connections/productivity stream pls contact me email@example.com ; how to attract more talent by creating more such support
01:02:11 Rich Copsey: it’s the three-legged stool – supply, demand and talent; they are all equally important
01:03:30 Gavin McClafferty: @Mark – always great to hear from you!
01:03:40 Gavin McClafferty: Absolutely raw passion.
01:04:06 Steve Rader: I think that is a great point… the big bad wolf is the relentless rapid change
01:04:39 Balaji: automation and machines are the big bad wolves.
01:04:39 Carin-Isabel Knoop: not that’s the opportunity!
01:04:39 Tom O’Malley: I like the idea on that word doc of working groups….are there facilitators for each that are going to organize effort and report out progress.
01:06:02 Steve Rader: This group is dealing with both the emergence of a new work model AND how that can address the big changes that are upon us with automation and rapid change
01:06:25 Steve Rader: @Balaji… always about the shoes
01:06:41 Dyan Finkhousen: Lol @Steve
01:07:30 Balaji: Steve… fair enough.
01:07:41 Steve Rader: Got to run! This was great. Thanks everyone!
01:07:53 Dyan Finkhousen: Thanks @Steve!
01:07:54 Gavin McClafferty: @Steve – great to see you!
01:08:51 Tom O’Malley: Look at the average age of F500…the big bad wolf is that companies are not keeping up with speed of execution and its causing a lot of inefficiencies in people’s lives. Like trying to park your car and having to repark every 5 min.
01:09:22 Carin-Isabel Knoop: @tom great analogy. bye PassionPeeps, see you next week!
01:09:30 Bryan Peña: great call OA. See you next week
01:09:33 Gavin McClafferty: @Tom – check this out: https://www.innosight.com/insight/creative-destruction/
01:09:33 Alex Wente: The future is ours to create!
01:09:44 Alp Sezginsoy: +1!Thanks everyone
01:09:52 Gavin McClafferty: @Alex – the future is unwritten!
01:10:02 Arthur Ransier: Thank you team, incredible insights and views every week!
01:10:04 Alex Wente: YES!
01:10:12 Open Assembly: Thank you all!