On this episode of the WORK podcast we welcome back Simon Hill, the founder and CEO of Wazoku. Wazoku is an idea management and open innovation platform which enables organizations of any size to drive innovation at scale. John Winsor interviewed Simon two years ago and much has happened since then.
In this episode of How The Future Works, Eleanor and Barry meet Matt Dowling, founder of The Freelancer Club and find out more about how the expectation of work for free is a real thing in the freelance industry for creatives. Their #NOFREEWORK movement aims to put an end to that expectation and was born from Matt’s own experience of being ripped off by a client.
They also discuss Upwork’s upcoming Work Without Limits event, lightbulbs going on in a family-run brewing company and possibly the best ever worst job.
This episode WORK. podcast features Rich Wilson, the CEO and Co-founder of Gigged.AI. Gigged.AI is an ecosystem to make tech talent hiring easier by using Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain technologies. Rich is an experienced leader who has had senior positions with Allegis Group and Gartner, and is passionate about mental health, technology and the future of work.
In this episode of How The Future Works Eleanor and Barry Matthews discuss the role of Change Management and Training in scaling adoption of Open Talent in businesses of all sizes. They are joined by Kelvin Wetherill the founder and CEO of NerdApp (now called Supportwave) and they discuss the term “skillsourcing” and how well it fits what they do in matching tech experts with demand from consumers and businesses in as little as 30 seconds using a digital app. They also discuss UK politics, record breaking temperatures, Meerlust wine and using the term Nerd as a term of endearment.
In this episode Eleanor and Barry discuss why and how governments want to attract and develop freelance talent. They are joined by Dr. Rochelle Haynes, founder and CEO of Crowd Potential and an accomplished academic, speaker, author and lecturer on gig working, HR and the implications of an increasingly mobile, digital, and global population.
This edition of the WORK. podcast welcomes Prakash Gupta. Prakash is the Chief Revenue Officer at Turing. Turing is an Intelligent Talent Cloud that uses deep expertise in Machine Learning and Data Science to deliver top engineers to build your software development dream team.
In this episode Barry and Eleanor Matthews are joined by Melissa Morris the Founder and CEO of Lantum. They discuss the talent challenges in the healthcare industry; the huge number of vacancies at a time when the demand for specialist skills is larger than ever and growing each year.
This WORK. podcast features Cal Adamson, the Co-founder and CEO of Distributed. Distributed is a private talent cloud platform that has rebuilt enterprise outsourcing to harness modern freelancer developer talent at scale.
This episode of the WORK. podcast features Mynul Khan, the Founder and CEO of Field Nation. Founded in 2008, Field Nation is a leading online work marketplace for connecting people to get work done. The online platform combines a deep expertise marketplace with a complete project and workflow management platform to deliver skilled, onsite professionals anytime and anywhere.
Eleanor and Barry Matthews are joined by Akhil Seth the head of UST’s Open Talent Centre of Excellence (COE). They discuss the importance of a COE when starting an open talent programme, the role of the COE in establishing relationships with talent platforms and the many functions of a COE in everything from sourcing and interviewing freelance talent.