It’s a very exciting time to be involved in the Open Talent movement. There is so much to learn and, more importantly, many opportunities to make work better for all. We don’t have all the answers. And, we don’t even know all the questions. There is one thing we do know; the transformation of work is happening at an unprecedented rate and it shows no sign of slowing down.
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.
After a week off, we’re back discussing the latest insights from the leaders of the open economy.
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 […]
Breaking Rules: Future Of Work Leaders Discuss How Positive Changes Made Today Can Lead To Lasting Change Tomorrow
What rules and norms need to be broken (and are being broken) to bring about shifts in culture and mindsets so that businesses retain the new, efficient ways of doing things that they’ve discovered and adopted during the current situation?
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.
Regulatory and legal challenges regarding worker classification and rights (California’s controversial Assembly Bill 5 [AB-5] took effect January 1st, 2020) are heating up. Here’s how to stay ahead of the learning curve while engaging top freelance or on-demand talent.
Open talent strategies and horizontal cross-functional teams are replacing traditional vertical hierarchies and siloed organizational models. But change can be hard.
Most businesses today have structured hierarchies and operate in a silo. A model in which workers start at entry level and slowly advance over many years. Open talent models offer a radical, and often impactful, departure from this old school way of doing things. Is your business experimenting with open talent?
To say that technology is changing the workplace is a huge understatement, as you know. As technology-enabled solutions replace jobs, others are created—new roles, skills, and relationships between talent and businesses are forming in the process.