Networks and the Nature of the Firm
Tim O'Reilly
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Did @getlittlebird do this for you/#WTF? http://www.getlittlebird.com/top-future-of-work-thought-leaders (if not, well, there you go.). Another piece you might be interested in: counting gigs (in the gig economy) https://hbr.org/2015/08/the-gig-economy-is-real-if-you-know-where-to-look. Please livestream some portion of #FutureofWork! And please provoke a conversation about how the public sector (and policy/provider ecosystems — workforce, economic development, education) can meaningfuly engage! New workforce law (http://www.doleta.gov/wioa)/ (& the change itself) provides opportunities for more relevance, better data, and working as/with/through platforms and networks, not just institutions. Moving from the fishbowl to the ocean will take some doing, but there’s a lot more opportunity in the latter.

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