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The Gig Mentality Is Growing Inside Organizations

The gig mentality brings a sense of freedom, openness, engagement and accountability, inside and outside organizations. The gig mentality in the workplace should be embraced, not resisted. After I gave the opening keynote at IntranetReloaded in Berlin, where I talked about how the gig mentality can create a feeling of chaos, many people came up to me over the two-day conference. They talked about how they see signs of the gig mentality in their own organizations. Many asked how to encourage it.  Read More