Live from the Philadelphia International Airport, just moments before I got on a plane to fly 24 hours to the other side of the world for the Coworking Unconference Asia, I answered ten questions about the future of work.
- What does the term ‘coworking’ mean to you specifically?
- How would you describe the development of coworking in Asia?
- How does this development relate to the rest of the world?
- What do you think is the biggest challenge for the coworking movement worldwide?
- What type of people does it attract?
- What is the importance for people of being part of bigger collective?
- How do you envision the way we work in ten years from now?
- What specific role will the coworking movement have in this, according to you?
- If you had to pick one favorite place to work in this world, where would it be?
- What is your life motto?
A conference you DON'T need to fly to: People at Work Summit
Save the date for April 21st! People at Work is an entirely online “conference” about work and collaboration. A first of it’s kind, taking place over 24 consecutive hours and across 7 continents.
This is going to be a great place for YOU to practice connecting the dots and getting more connected to the global coworking community.
Stephan is joining People at Work to help you learn how to help coworking space members around the world connect the dots in their own communities.
Tickets for the Summit go on sale this Friday, February 11th. Find out more about the format, meet more speakers, and get the link to register here.
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