Open Assembly CEO John Winsor chats with Chris Stanton the Marvin Bower Associate Professor of Business Administration in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard.
On this episode of the WORK. podcast brought to you by Open Assembly we have a fun, informative and inspiring conversation with Eleanor and Barry Matthews of re-source.
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.
During this 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.
Open Assembly CEO John Winsor checks in with Co-founder and CEO Ryan Gill to learn all about Communo.
In this edition of the Open Assembly Podcast, John Winsor peaks with Patrick Llewellyn, CEO and President of 99designs.
Steve Rader, the Deputy Director for the Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation at NASA. He is also one of the world’s top evangelists for using open talent to solve problems. In his role he helps facilitate and promote the use of collaborative innovation platforms such as crowd-based communities, challenges and crowdsourcing for supporting development projects across the United States government.
Verblio is a multimedia content creation platform that powers modern content marketers and SEO agencies. They have created tens of thousands of pieces of unique content for their clients across the globe.Please enjoy this conversation with Steve Pockross, CEO of Verblio.
Wyatt Nordstrom, co-founder, chairman and CFO of Maven, a global network and marketplace of industry professionals, thought leaders, and experts who share their knowledge through Maven’s unique “microconsulting” platform. Some of their many clients include Home Depot, Siemens, Microsoft and NASA.
John Healy, Vice President & Managing Director, Office of the Future of Work at Kelly does many amazing work and one of his main roles is disrupting new and existing markets by improving the ways that people connect and do work. We met John about a year ago and his enthusiasm and positivity about the open economy and what modern work could be is infectious.