• Hollywood and the Future of Work
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    Imagine you’re sitting in your corner office looking over strategy and product development for the next 12 to 18 months. Surrounding you are your CXO team, as well as, a host of executive level project managers. The remainder of your staff and management is made up of on-demand workers collaborating on a project by project basis on discrete time tables with fixed budgets. This is the future of work. Does this sound fantastical, too futuristic or downright crazy? This type of organization already exists … and it’s responsible for producing a variety of projects grossing billions of dollars on a

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  • Zoondy: LinkedIn Meets Amazon.com for the Future of Work
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    Zoondy, the elite marketplace for peer-to-peer business expertise, is capitalizing on its recent surge in membership to raise an additional $2.5MM to expand its “Liquid Workforce” solution to 43 million U.S. business professionals. Zoondy is excited to announce the launch of their Fundable profile as they go into a new round of funding.  Zoondy will leverage the power of the Fundable platform to reach investors that understand a shift is coming in HR and job search technology in general and want to get ahead of it by embracing the liquid workforce approach and the future of work.   Zoondy is at the

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  • The Future of Work Part 2: Reinventing Your Company for the Networked Era






    Welcome to Part 2 of our two part series on the Future of Work: Reinventing Your Company for the Networked Era by Les Martel and Jeff Loher. In Part 1 you learned what the “Networked Era” is and what it means to you and your companies survival. The authors introduced you to the “Organizational Fitness Lens”; a handy tool to asses your company as it prepares for the coming evolution/revolution of “work”, employment and corporate structure. In Part 2 you will learn how to use the “Organizational Fitness Lens” to assess your company’s survival in the coming evolution/revolution of “work”,

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  • The Future of Work Part 1: Reinventing Your Company for the Networked Era






    Welcome to Part 1 of our two part series on the Future of Work: Reinventing Your Company for the Networked Era by Les Martel and Jeff Loher. In Part 1 you will learn what the “Networked Era” is and what it means to you and your companies survival. The authors introduce you to the “Organizational Fitness Lens”; a handy tool to asses your company as it prepares for the coming evolution/revolution of “work”, employment and corporate structure. In Part 1 you will learn how to use the “Organizational Fitness Lens” to assess your company’s survival in the coming evolution/revolution of

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  • 8 Insights into The Future of Work






    We’ve seen a copious amount of change in our lives. Take a ride with us as we predict the future – the future of work.

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  • Why the Future of Work is Scary: What You Need To Know About On-Demand Work Platforms






    As we fast approach the 2016 election cycle, the future of on-demand work platforms is at a crossroads, with Uber, TaskRabbit and other market leaders facing..

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  • The Future of Work & The State Of The American Contract Worker In 2015






    freelancers and employers continue to struggle when it comes to determining fair compensation for freelance work. With few benchmarks and standards to draw from, rates can vary widely between employers for similar work, compensation arrives at inconsistent intervals, and there are no formal means to settle disputes between employers and their non-full time staff

    Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.fastcompany.com

    @fastCompany has got this dead right! While I hate the term “freelancer” the concept that the overall workforce will become more fluid and able to set their own agenda while still being able to earn a fair compensation for their expertise is paramount to the concept of #futureofwork. However, I agree that the biggest struggles are too find a way to determine the fair compensation for work is done by creating this system of benchmarks and standards.

    The most efficient way to do this is by using the platform that is the intermediary between the contract worker any employer. which is why platforms for the new #futureofwork like Zoondy.com (@zoondy_com) exist to make the transition to this new work paradigm as easy as possible.



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