The year is 2005 and the Internet has just recovered from the first dotcom crash. Geoffrey Moore publishes “Inside the Tornado” in an attempt to explain the hypergrowth phenomenon and introduces the “Technology Adoption Lifecycle” model. The book immediately became an investors bible to predicting when to invest in hypergrowth stocks. Over the next few […]
In the midst of current events (BLM, COVID, Working From Home, Returning To Work, and the political landscape here in America) to state the obvious we are also in the midst of a huge amount of change in our personal and professional lives.
“So what does HR do?” is a typical question I get from relatives and friends. It got me thinking. And off to Google I went. What I found was very limited, general and disappointing. Some links listed things like “Process paperwork.” So I dashed off a list (see below), a very back of the envelope type of thing.
Gig work may be as beneficial to those individuals who are looking to supplement their regular income, or are in-between traditional employment as it is to employers seeking to get additional support for a project without additional costs beyond the life of the project.