Work. Jon Winsor shares weekly insights from thought leaders, platform founders and enterprise practitioners in the open talent economy. How The Future Works. Barry and Eleanor Matthews explore the frontiers of the future of work.
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This edition of the WORK. podcast features Mina Bastawros, the Vice President of Creative and Digital Marketing at Airbus, where he oversees how to do better marketing, but also marketing better at Airbus.
In this special episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews are joined by their good friend and new colleague Dyan Finkhousen to celebrate Dyan joining the Open Assembly team as Chief Strategy.
David Alberts is the Chairman and Co Founder of BeenThereDoneThat, a Network Intelligence System powered by a Global Community of 350 of the worlds most experienced Chief Strategic , Chief Creative and Chief Innovation Officers. His mission is to Harness the World’s Best Thinkers to Solve the World’s Toughest Problems.
In this episode Eleanor and Barry Matthews are joined by Adam Morehead from Topcoder who have built a unique community of 1.7 million of the world’s best technologists. Over the past 20 years they have placed community building at the core of their offering.
This Work Podcast, brought to you by Open Assembly features Enrique Rubio. Enrique is the Founder of Hacking HR, a global learning community of HR leaders, practitioners, vendors, consultants, and everyone else interested in advancing the HR profession.
This episode of the WORK. podcast welcomes back Mike Morris. Mike is the Co-founder and CEO of Torc. Torc is a new platform connecting the most productive software engineers with great companies all while pioneering the use of data to understand and measure developer productivity.
In this episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews are joined by Jeffery Moss the founder and CEO of Parker Dewey. Parker Dewey offer “micro internships” for students to showcase their skills and potential while also getting paid and providing employers with skills and the chance to get to know student talent who might go on to longer term internships or full time future roles.
In this episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews talk about the Great Resignation, Tang Ping and how workers around the world are changing the way they think about work and approach work-life balance. They also look at the ongoing trend towards freelancing and open talent and how governments are reacting.
This episode of the WORK. Podcast features Shoba Purushothaman. Shoba is the Co-Founder of Hardskills, a corporate learning platform that helps enterprises train their workforces in the hard-to-teach behaviors, skills, and mindsets needed for the new world of work.
During this WORK. podcast we welcome Neil Carberry, the CEO of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation which is a leading membership organization for recruitment and staffing firms based in the UK. The Recruitment and Employment Confederation helps UK’s professional recruiters have a lasting impact on the economy as well as candidates’ lives – making great work happen everyday.