Stuff in the ‘Topia’ Category

20 September, 2019

FLAT, FLUID & FAST, Brynne Kennedy

“Workers today are more mobile than ever ― whether they’re telecommuting from a kitchen table or relocating to another continent. How can you support these folks while ensuring you have the talent you need, where you need it, when you need it? Flat, Fluid, and Fast has the answers.”
– Daniel H. Pink, author of When, Drive, and To Sell is Human

Capitalize on the radical new realities of artificial intelligence, changing demographics, and the explosion of the freelance economy

In just a few short years, employee mobility will be an imperative for every business, as millions of jobs disappear practically overnight―victims of artificial intelligence and automation – and new jobs are created. The competition for talent will be fierce, and you’re going to have to make major changes in the ways you hire, manage, and retain top performers.

Flat, Fluid, and Fast (McGraw-Hill Business, October 2019) delivers the tactics and strategies you need to create a disruption-proof company during the talent mobility revolution. It walks you through the entire process, providing expert advice on new ways to:

• Draw top talent to your company
• Implement new training programs
• Create employee mobility plans
• Design innovative career paths for staff
• Operate an adaptable organization for long-term success
• Understand policies to support this new world of work across America

Flat, Fluid, and Fast takes you beyond merely surviving the coming change. It equips you to seize the opportunities this change affords, to beat out the competition, and to become the dominant player in your industry.  And, it equips everyone in America to understand the government policies that are needed to unleash growth, create new jobs and support all workers amid this radical new world of work.

The talent mobility revolution is around the corner. Use this peerless resource to plan and build now―so when the workplace of tomorrow becomes the workplace of today, your company and career is already flat, fluid, and fast.

Brynne Kennedy is an American entrepreneur and candidate for US Congress in California’s Fourth Congressional District (CA-04). She is the Founder of Topia, a relocation and talent mobility company in California, used by customers worldwide. While CEO she grew the company to global operations, raised $100 million and helped tens of thousands of families transition to new jobs and communities. While leading Topia in California, Brynne also founded Mobility4All, a charitable initiative that supported refugees during the Syrian War. Brynne has also worked with TechNet to advise California State and Federal lawmakers on policies for economic growth and entrepreneurship. Brynne holds a B.A. in History from Yale and an MBA from London Business School.


6 November, 2018

Kennedy

Brynne S. Kennedy is the CEO and Founder of Topia, the software suite that companies use to move employees between roles and locations.  Brynne is also the Founder of The Other 1%, a non-profit that supports displaced people and equality, and CEO & Founder of MoveGuides.

Brynne’s first book, FLAT, FLUID & FAST, about the “talent mobility revolution,” will be published by McGraw-Hill in September 2019.

Brynne is recognized globally as a leading entrepreneur and expert on the Future of Work.  She has appeared on Bloomberg and CNBC, taught at Stanford Graduate School of Business and presented to the US Senate, US House of Representatives and State Legislators throughout the nation.  Brynne has won Entrepreneur of the Year in the Women in IT Awards, Women of the Future Awards and Stevie Awards, as well as London Business School’s Distinguished Alumni Award and Worldwide ERC’s Meritorious Service Award.

Brynne is a member of TechNet, which supports government policies for the Future of Work and innovation economy, and ReadyNation, which supports funding ofr the 2020 Census.  Brynne speaks four languages, and holds an MBA from London Business School and BA in History from Yale University, where she competed in Division One collegiate gymnastics and won two Ivy League Gymnastics Championships.  Brynne was an elite gymnast for the United State growing up.

Follow Brynne on Twitter:  @BrynneSpeak