How can your business make the most of the evolving “Gig Economy”?
Download and listen-on-the-go to Episode 164. Scott and I speak with Diane Mulcahy, an expert on the changing work environment and author of The Gig Economy. She created the first course in the country on the Gig Economy and teaches it in the MBA program at Babson College. The course gained immediate traction and was named by Forbes as one of the Top Ten Most Innovate Business School Courses in the country. (see more about Diane below)
You’ll gain insights about:
- How Gig Work can be used to creatively respond to the turbulent business environment
- The key to integrating Gig Work into your existing workforce and processes
- Three immediately useful ideas for benefitting from the Gig Economy
About Diane Mulcahy
Diane Mulcahy is the author of the bestselling book The Gig Economy: The Complete Guide to Getting Better Work, Taking More Time Off, and Financing the Life You Want. She created the first course in the country on the Gig Economy and teaches it in the MBA program at Babson College. The course gained immediate traction and was named by Forbes as one of the Top Ten Most Innovate Business School Courses in the country. She also speaks about the Gig Economy at industry conferences and corporate events around the world.
Diane works independently, remotely, and flexibly in her many roles as a consultant and advisor to Fortune 500 and startup company clients, and as a speaker, writer, and adjunct professor. She is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, a Forbes contributor, and lectures at universities nationally, including Boston College, Brandeis, Dartmouth, Harvard Kennedy School, Northeastern, Northwestern, and the University of Washington.
Diane holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from Harvard University and was a Visiting Fellow at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. Read more about Diane Mulcahy
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