November 30, 2021

Adam Grant, one of the world’s 10 most influential management thinkers, joins BigSpring as an advisor

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Adam Grant, organizational psychologist and bestselling author, who helps people find meaning and motivation at work, has joined BigSpring as an advisor. BigSpring is an AI-powered skilling infrastructure platform that dynamically delivers, tracks and measures proficiency. 

Grant said, “Bhakti is one of the most impressive founders I’ve met and BigSpring is solving a major problem in the knowledge and service economy around lifelong learning. I hear regularly from Fortune 500 CEOs that upskilling and reskilling are key priorities for them, and I think BigSpring has the potential to quickly become a dominant platform. I am thrilled to join as an investor and advisor. ”

Bhakti Vithalani, founder and CEO of BigSpring said, “Adam’s thought leadership and BigSpring’s mission couldn’t be more aligned. He’s changing the future of work by putting people—not workflows—at the heart of it. BigSpring empowers people with ‘work ready’ skills to help create a higher quality of life. Together we’re working to unlock people’s full potential, fueled by empathy and social connection, backed by science.” 

BigSpring is an AI-powered work readiness platform that focuses on getting people job ready, not test ready. The platform enables companies to rapidly create and retool talent for business growth, at pace with rapidly changing needs. BigSpring measures outcomes, not seats or hours. Google, Uber, Meta, Sotheby’s, AXA, Tata and others have adopted BigSpring across their ecosystem of teams, channel partners and customers. BigSpring has been selected by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer 2020 (past recipients included Google, Twitter, Airbnb, Palantir).