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Gig mindset traits are not high on the list of hiring criteria

I’m looking at how talent is found and brought into organizations. The chart shows that #gigmindsetter skills are not yet at the top of the list, especially the ability to challenge status quo. (more…)

Working out loud is natural for gig mindsetters

This is an extract from an article I wrote in 2017 about the Marshall Space Flight Center, (part of NASA): Working out loud from the top – half a century ago.

I’m working on a chapter in my book about the gig mindset inside organizations, and it led me to reflect on working out loud. (more…)

Historical perspective on the gig mindset

Data from 12 years of global surveys brings me new insights on a lot of topics!

For example here: The Emergence of the Gig Mindset. It’s crystal clear why it is happening!

 

The lost art of reading, the lost art of writing

I just finished my 3rd Briefing Note of 2019 which I entitled: The lost art of reading, the lost art of writing. Pessimistic? Yes, but that’s the reality I see around. I included notes about Alan Rusbridger’s new book: Breaking News. The Remaking of Journalism and Why It Matters Now.

I’ve been a fan of Rusbridger ever since I read Play It Again. An Amateur Against the Impossible. I wrote about it in 2014: What we can learn from a newspaper (and it’s not the news)

I’m running late on my Briefing Notes, and I”ll just blame my book project for that, but it’s no excuse!