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6.5 Coworking

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:33:38 PM
Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office environment, those coworking are usually not employed by the same organization. Typically, it is attractive for telecommuting (“work at home”) professionals, independent contractors, or people who travel frequently and end up working in relative isolation. Coworking is also the social gathering of a group of people who are still working independently, ..
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6.4 Knowmads: the new employee is a non-employee

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:33:37 PM
“Small is the new big, only when the person running the small thinks big. Don’t wait. Get small. Think big.” - Seth Godin In recent years, the business world has been in considerable motion. More and more people no longer experience an employment contract with an organization as secure as they used to, and have decided to start for themselves. The economic recession has accelerated this process. We have labeled this large group of people “SEPs“: Self-Employed Professionals,..
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12.6 More on value networks, new workers, and the organization, SEE

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:34:23 PM
On their way to renewal, many organizations have experimented or even adopted the “New Way of Working.” It can be seen as the first step in the process of new value creation and towards opening up an organization to seek connection with the outside world in order to start co-creating. The “new workers” form self-managing, multi-discipline teams within their value networks, which operate smartly and open-mindedly. Every individual new worker represents one or more organizations, a..
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18.2 Conclusion: network value creation

Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:35:21 PM
Collaborative prosumption in the Sharing Economy means when we create economic value in the Interdependent Economy, we are moving automatically away from the traditional value chain toward value networks (Allee, 2008; Benkler, 2006). There is no particular fixed connection between network members in a value network; the network is not always visible as a group. Generally, a value network has a few core members – including a potential client – complemented with “occasional-collaborators”..
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