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1) 4 Common Misconceptions about Co-Working

“Many people think co-working spaces are nothing but large open offices where a handful of twentysomethings sit in clusters and type away, headphones on. But that picture couldn’t be further from the reality. Co-working is all about community (…) fostering a diverse community that helps people build connections and find inspiration to grow (…)”

By Sarah Travers at


2) Artificial Intelligence: a “Very Human” Technology

“Fundamentally, AI is based on the idea of getting a computer to solve a complete problem in the same way as a human would. Thus (…) today we use Artificial Intelligence in so many areas of human activity (…)”

By LUCA at


3) How to build High-Performing Teams and Gain the Ultimate Competitive Advantage

“Trust is invaluable in effective teamwork. Workplace expert and writer Patrick Lencioni said it best. ‘Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.’ ”

By Janice Smith at


4) How to Build Bridges Among Your Diverse Workers

“(…)workplace environments, more than any other place, have the potential to orient people toward working across differences. Within an increasingly diverse workforce, it’s in an organization’s best interest to bring employees together to learn how to structurally and systemically build bridges across differences (…)”

By Howard Ross at


5) Why Do Unethical Practices Go Unpunished in Business?

“We examined managers from a variety of disciplines and tested their responses to unethical behaviour. (…) They are more likely to overlook the moral aspects, and base their response primarily on practical and instrumental merit rather than moral considerations.”

By Niek Hoogervorst

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