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#ParticipationSignal - Issue #13

March 11 · Issue #13 · View online
47% of Jobs Will Disappear in the next 25 Years,
How to Push Your Team to Take Risks and Experiment
The Org Chart Is Dead
Exponential growth devours and corrupts
Magical thinking drives the startup economy  -  but we need a strong dose of reality
How to form a global counter-economy
Cut the bullshit: organizations with no hierarchy don’t exist
Meet The Team
Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard
Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard - Participation Researcher
Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard is a doctoral candidate at Aarhus University researching innovation management, open innovation, crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. Flemming is also co-founder of Danish Crowdsourcing, where he co-manages the SME Crowdsourcing Lab which brings crowdsourcing to small and medium-sized enterprises. Finally, Flemming is Chief Consultant at VIA University College, where he is the director of VIA Connect, a pioneering program that drives crowdsourced innovation by connecting organizations with thousands of students, educators and researchers. Given all this, it’s a wonder Flemming ever finds time for leisure but when he does it’s spent with his wife and three sons, or by indulging his longtime love of underground music.
Featured Podcast
Vincent Stanley: Patagonia's Director of Philosophy on the Next Economy
What We're Watching
Understand the Blockchain in Two Minutes
Better Wisdom
We're in search of Participation Strategists in the UK, Europe and Canada
At Better Ventures, we bring participation-based business models to life for some of the world’s biggest (and most loved) brands. It’s an exciting journey — and a humbling one — especially as we participate in the great disruption that is recreating how businesses operate around the world. The changes we’re seeing are driven by matters of commerce, sure, but also the need for human connection in a fragmented world. These things are increasingly inseparable. And while these changes are being accelerated by our increasingly technology-connected lives they are also a product of the failures of outdated methods, business models and assumptions.
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