Veröffentlicht am 10. Februar 2014 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: Arbeitsplatz, Ausstattung, Bürogestaltung, Arbeitstechnik, Selbstmanagement, Praxisberichte, Beispiele, Best-Practice | Kommentieren »
10 Startups testeten über 90 Tage die kabellosen Headset Modelle der Firma Sennheiser. Ziel des Projektes für die Firma Sennheiser war es zu prüfen, ob und inwieweit die Modelle den Wünschen und besonderen Anforderungen der Startups und Coworker entsprechen. Der folgende kurze Film (3 Minuten) dokumentiert das Projekt und Feedback der Coworker aus dem Coworking Space Ahoy in Berlin.
Veröffentlicht am 17. November 2013 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: Arbeitsplatz, Ausstattung, Bürogestaltung, Arbeitstechnik, Selbstmanagement, CoWorking Basics, Konzeptionelles, CoWorking News International, Creative Environments, Free Coworking Directory, Innovative Produkte, Services und Unterstützung | Kommentieren »
One of the feedbacks we received on our recently started daily Free Coworking News was to gather and report more on tools, products & services in and around coworking.
There is a category in the Coworking Wiki called “Coworking Tools“. We suggest, if you add something in this category in the Wiki please Twitter by using “#cowotools“, so everybody knows and everybody can benefit.
Veröffentlicht am 30. November 2012 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: Arbeitsplatz, Ausstattung, Bürogestaltung, CoWorking News International, Praxisberichte, Beispiele, Best-Practice, Studien und Trends | Kommentieren »
Slowly, slowly the year is drawing to an end. Time to look at what we have achieved this year and where we want to get better next year. We like to invite all coworking spaces and coworkers in a short series of articles to share with us their personal achievements of 2012 and to look ahead at their goals for 2013. As a little inspiration we like to present to you a new coworking space in Hamburg (places hamburg) which doubles as a coworking space and event location. It is particularly strong on interior design ideas. Well have a look for yourself.
Veröffentlicht am 20. Oktober 2011 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: Arbeitsplatz, Ausstattung, Bürogestaltung, CoWorking News International, Creative Environments, Featured Article, Videos | Kommentieren »
As a change agent for creativity and coworking I believe it is time to take coworking to the next level. As their are some spaces that are very beautiful and inspire creativity, there are some that are happy to offer not much more than a chair and a desk. Sitting and writing is very important, but there is a lot more required to enable a coworking space to be creative as a whole. In this series I like to look at all aspects that foster individual as well as group creativity in a coworking space. When people think of creativity very often they think of colours or a colourful environment. Colours are very important as they provoke an emotional response. We need to be in tune with our emotions when we want to be creative as individuals. More importantly we need to be aware of our emotions if we want to relate to and create successfully with our coworkers. The wider the ranger of colours in our environment, the wider the range of emotional responses. Natural colours and natural materials usually offer a wider range of tones or colour shades than artificial ones.
Veröffentlicht am 16. Dezember 2010 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: Arbeitsplatz, Ausstattung, Bürogestaltung, CoWorking Klatsch & Tratsch, CoWorking Kultur, CoWorking News International, Entrepreneurship, kleine Unternehmen, Praxisberichte, Beispiele, Best-Practice | 1 Kommentar »
This excellent New York Times article was discovered by coINLoftDe. The article shows how important coworking can be for all professions, in this case for cooks and “culinary entrepreneurs”. One of the users of Entrepreneur’s Space, on 37th Street near Northern Boulevard, New York says: “There are a lot of career-changers here, a lot of casual gourmets who channelled their energies into cooking as a way to make money.” I think this is great and I hope that many similar offers will open up soon. Seth Bornstein, executive director of the Queens Economic Development Corporation, which invested $100,000 in the venture, describes the kitchen as “a laboratory in taking chances.”