What you’ll find on the NetJMC website:
-What people are saying: early readers
-Reader profiles and explanations of how the book will be useful for you
-Stories from the Future–case studies
-About the 6-step research approach conducted over several years
-The gig mindset traits that were explored
-Checklists: questions to consider–pragmatic and strategic–to guide your thinking about your own work culture
You can request a free copy of the Make it Happen workbook on NetJMC.
I retired from front line advising 3 years ago, and now focus on my research, concentrating on helping people and organizations face challenges and succeed in the workplace. Thank you for your support.
“In her provocative new book, Jane McConnell’s deeply researched exploration of the origins, evolution, and implications of the gig mindset offers leaders and managers actionable insights into the realities of today’s and tomorrow’s workplaces.”
Jon Husband, founder of Wirearchy
“At once a manifesto and an action plan that details how a range of humane and inclusive behaviors and principles can re-make teams and businesses into more resilient, innovative, and purposeful organizations.”
David Slocum, academic director at Rare with Google