The book “The Fifth Age of Work: How Companies Can Redesign Work to Become More Innovative in a Cloud Economy” by Andrew M. Jones is out now. Thanks to an advance copy provided by Genevieve DeGuzman of Night Owls Press, I am able to write a short review and put the book into perspective with regards to the most important trend I see in Coworking at the moment: Free Coworking
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Free coworking space for 20 people!!! You can apply until Friday, May 17, 2013 @ 5:00pm. Background: The program is called agents for change. What you should ask yourself: “Are you blending a mission-based project with a market-based sustainability strategy?” and “Are you combining the best of the nonprofit and for-profit worlds?” If yes, do apply! We wish the program and all its competitors good luck!!!
Auf dieser Playlist stehen 43 Videos mit in Summe fast 16 Stunden Material zur Verfügung (u.a. mit dem Thema Inkubator und Coworking). Als Einstieg empfehle ich jedoch das Video von Prof. Gerald Hüther – “Discover your potential”. (oder wie man/frau es wiederfindet :-)) oder (was wir von den Lachsen lernen können) Die Geschichte mit der Küchenschabe ist etwas makaber, da müsst ;-) Ihr durch… Der Lohn: Wir können uns gegenseitig begeistern!!!
On day two, of the “Free Coworking” Campaign, the Group has already doubled in size. If we could double the size of the group every day now, we would reach our first target in 14 days!!! Spread the word, join the group!!! Many of you might ask themselves what we might do with all this Social Capital? For one, we could “put” ;-) it into a “Timebank” (see Mira Luna´s article on Shareable) or we put it to work for the growth of Coworking and Coworking Infrastructure. Become an activist for “Free Coworking” and build “Free Coworking” (link to follow ;-)) with us!
The idea is very simple “Sell or Recycle Your Electronics Today”. What is closest to most coworkers, their electronic equipment. Mobile Phone, Laptop, PC, Tablet, MP3 Payer etc. The company YouRenew.com one of the starters in “America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs” is specialized in this field: “Everyday, thousands of people buy and sell electronics. But sooner or later, that new cell phone, mp3 player or other gadget becomes outdated. Unfortunately, there aren’t many places where you can recycle electronics easily, which results in too many electronics ending up in landfills. We’re here to change that. We’re on a mission to make the planet a better place and provide an easy way for you to “renew” electronics. We’ve taken away all the hassle associated with selling or recycling your old devices: no accounts, no credit cards, no fees, and no shipping costs for devices that have value. Electronics recycling has never been easier! YouRenew.com is the perfect place for you to recycle or sell used cell phones, mp3 players, graphing calculators, laptops, and tablets. If you can’t find your device in our catalogue or we can’t pay for it, you can always send it to us and we’ll recycle it safely. So look up your device today, go green and get green!”