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People, work cultures and leadership are out of synch

Look at the 50% red line on each chart! There’s an incredible difference between the level of people capabilities and that of work cultures and leadership styles in organizations. This is part of the factors driving the emergence of the gig mindset. People have had enough, and are becoming more assertive and autonomous in the workplace. Other data support this as well. Read More

Navigating the Gig Mindset Paradox

My research has identified 8 behaviors that characterize traditional and gig mindsets.   If you scan the list of traditional behaviors, the left column on the chart, you’ll see that most organizations strongly enforce this way of doing things. Processes, roles and management practices are aligned to the traditional way of working. Gig mindset behaviors, the right column, are rarely encouraged, and sometimes even sanctioned. The paradox we are facing is that organizations need both mindsets. Read More

Older Workers Lean Towards a Gig Mindset

Figure 4 for “How a Gig Mindset Inside Organizations Will Shape Our Future”, published on LinkedIn and as part of a series of posts for the 10th Global Peter Drucker Forum blog.

The survey data show that older workers are more likely to have a gig mindset approach to work whereas the younger age groups self-assessed at the lowest level in the survey population. Unsurprisingly, the younger workers rate themselves significantly lower on behavior 4: assuming responsibility outside of hierarchical systems.