“Nur wer klar sieht, kann zielgerichtet handeln!” Entscheidungscoach Felix Schürholz verlost zu Weihnachten ein zweistündiges Entscheidungscoaching im Wert von 180€ in seiner Praxis in Grünwald, bei München. Ausgelost wird dieser Gewinn unter allen Teilnehmern, die bis Mittwoch, den 26. Dezember 2012, 24 Uhr, ein Email mit dem Stichwort “Weihnachts-Verlosung: Coaching” an firstname.lastname@example.org schicken. Der/die Gewinner(in) wird am 27. Dezember kontaktiert. Der Gewinn kann ab Anfang Januar bis Ende Januar 2013 in Grünwald eingelöst werden (Barauszahlung und Teileinlösung ist nicht möglich).
Thank you very much Beth Buczynski and Shareable.net for presenting the article “Felix Schürholz Makes The Case For Free Coworking“!!! We are very happy that free coworking is receiving growing attention and that is helps to strengthen the coworking core values of: collaboration, openness, community, accessibility, and sustainability. Commenting on the article Alex Hillman from Indyhall in Philadelphia made this point, which I very much share.
Currently I see two very important developments in coworking. One is the increase in collaboration between coworkers for example in the jelly coworking mode (example Jellyweek). Secondly I see more collaborations between spaces and coworking operators like in Prague and Seattle ( as described in this article below). Both developments use “Free Coworking” and help to bring about a more integrated and interconnected coworking community.
In his talk on “Science and Practice of Cooperation” (see Video below thx David Hodgson for sharing) Harvard Professor Yochai Benkler develops the idea of systems of self-interest and systems of collaboration. In terms of computer hardware and software these systems could be identified with people like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates on the one hand and networks and developments like Linux and Open Source on the other. In terms of knowledge transfer they could have representatives like Encyclopaedia Britannica and Wikipedia. Yochai Benkler is not a complete critic of the system of self-interest although he presents ample evidence that systems of collaboration are not only feasible, but also more sustainable and human.
Sometimes everything looks great when you look at a building. A wonderful concept. Excellent ideas. An extremely unusual construction, but for some reason one gets the impression that something did not quite connect in the end. Where is the community? How do people use the building in practice? As I have no inside information, I can only judge by what I found in the internet. Is that first impression right or not? Has anyone been to this creative environment or knows something about it? Please share your experiences on this or similar projects by commenting below or sending us an email to email@example.com .