Are you working with or as a member of the “gig” economy? From Uber to AirBnB, we’re becoming more confident in putting our trust into an increased offerings of services in the “gig” economy. How is this trend impacting our business ethics and values, as it gradually spreads by augmenting our teams with specialized consultants and remote workers under the umbrella of ‘AaaS’ (Anything as a Service)? Learn some practical tips as we examine this trend’s impact upon a company’s culture, values and stability and the ownership of intellectual property.
Paul Wogan, RLF Relationship Manager
Paul is the Principal CIO consultant for Willamette Supply Chain Consulting (WSCC). He has more than 25 years of senior executive leadership with innovative solution design experience for global manufacturing, 3PL (third party logistics provider) and Supply Chain Management clients. With deep experience in the mid-market, Paul is confronted on a daily basis with resource constraints and addressing them with hybrid and virtual teams.