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How about the future of work-today..

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Key note @ the Seats2meet Conference "The future of work".
London, May 2019.

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How about the future of work-today..

  1. 1. NOT ALLTHOSE WHO WANDER ARE LOST….J.R.R.Tolkien
  2. 2. COMMODITIES & RESOURCES CAPITAL- SOCIAL & MONETARY LABOUR, SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP, A CONCEPT About ORGANIZATIONS & more ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZE…..
  3. 3. **ASHBY’S ‘LAW OF REQUISITEVARIETY’AKA ‘THE FIRST LAW OF CYBERNETICS’: “The need for an appropriate amount of information to control the system”. W. Ross Ashby, 1956 TECHNOLOGY MORE RESOURCES MONEY GROWTH INNOVATION POWER TRADITIONAL TECHNO DRIVEN ASHBY’S LAW** *COASE CEILING “Making the firm larger will initially be advantageous, but the decreasing returns will eventually kick in, preventing the firm from growing indefinitely”. Ronald Coase, Nature of the Firm 1937 COASE CEILING* DATA VALUE CHAIN MARKETPLACES
  4. 4. Decentralization of knowledge and education: Mooc’s “Decentralization enables groups of people to self-organize in a manner that was not possible before…” DavidOrban, Singularity University CENTRALIZATIONVS. DECENTRALIZATION
  5. 5. DECENTRALIZATION of banking systems
  6. 6. DECENTRALIZATION of work, marketing and organizations. 8 6 % of prof essional f reelancers CHOOSE f reelancing 1%OF WORKING ADULTS IN THE U.S. WORK PRIMARILY AS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS CEOs say the top drivers of industry changes are the “changing nature of work" and "flexible work” The Future of Jobs Report, World Economic Forum Balt imore Financial h el p s o r g an i s at i o n s an d i n d i v i d u al s c r eat e t h e v al u e t h ey ’r e l o o k i n g f o r . We’r e a n et w o r k o f f i r m s i n 1 3 9 c o u n t r i es w i t h m o r e t h an 1 9 5 ,0 0 0 p eo p l e w h o ar e The share of people in "alt ernat ive work arrangement s" increased 5 0 % in 1 0 years The Rise and Nature of Alternative Work Arrangements in the United States, 1995-2015  19.8% of full- time independents earn more than $100,000 ONLY 30%OF U.S. EMPLOYEES SAY THEY ARE ENGAGED AT WORK 51%of U.S. employees are searching for a new job or watching for openings 7.6MILLIONAMERICANS WILLWORKINTHE ON-DEMANDECONOMY BY2020 I s ev er y o n e g o i n g f r eel an c e? No t q u i t e, b u t t h e t r en d t o w ar d i n d ep en d en t w o r k i s g r o w i n g . Her e's a c l o s er l o o k at t h e n u m b er s . Freelancing In America, 2016,  UpWork/ Freelancers Union The 2016 Field Nation Freelancer Study Nation1099.com 50%of U.S. jobs are compatible with remote work, and 80%of the workforce says they'd like to work remotely. Yet only 7%of employers make flexible work available to most employees GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com 20-30%of the working-age population in the U.S. and E.U. engage in some independent work Part-time and full-time freelancers represent 35% of the U.S. workforce 1/ 3 of professionals globally say work-life balance is getting more difficult State of Independence In America 2017, MBO Partners State of the American Workforce report, Gallup American Workplace Changing at a Dizzying Pace, Gallup Intuit Investor Forecast Independent Work: Choice, Necessity and the Gig Economy, McKinsey Global Institute Work-life Challenges Across the Generations, EY Global Contingent Workforce Study, EY 20% of large companies globally have a workforce comprised of 30% or more  contingent workers Sources: The Ultimate Guide to Gig Economy Data at Nation1099.com 13 STATS THAT EXPLAIN THE GIGECONOMY CEOs say the top drivers of industry changes are the “changing nature of work" and "flexible work” The Future of Jobs Report, World Economic Forum al hel ps organi s at i ons and i ndi vi dual s y’re l ooki ng f or. We’re a net w ork of f i rm s i t h m ore t han 195,000 peopl e w ho are ple in ork reased rs ve Work 1995-2015  ime earn ,000 U.S. THEY WORK oyees a new for CANS HE NOMY Freelancing In America, 2016,  UpWork/Freelancers Union 20-30%of the working-age population in the U.S. and E.U. engage in some independent work Part-time and full-time freelancers represent 35% of the U.S. workforce 1/ 3 of professionals globally say work-life balance is getting more difficult ca 2017, port, Gallup g at a Independent Work: Choice, Necessity and the Gig Economy, McKinsey Global Institute Work-life Challenges Across the Generations, EY Global Contingent Workforce Study, EY 20% of large companies globally have a workforce comprised of 30% or more  contingent workers e toGig 99.com nal SE S IN LY CEOs say the top drivers of industry changes are the “changing nature of work" and "flexible work” The Future of Jobs Report, World Economic Forum in sed 015  n 0 NS Y Freelancing In America, 2016,  UpWork/Freelancers Union 50%of U.S. jobs are compatible with remote work, and 80%of the workforce says they'd like to work remotely. Yet only 7%of employers make flexible work available to most employees GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com Part-time and full-time freelancers represent 35% of the U.S. workforce 1/ 3 of professionals globally say work-life balance is getting more difficult 7, Work-life Challenges Across the Generations, EY INFLUENCERS
  7. 7. DECENTRALIZATION of work & organizations “The future of work lies in more flexible project-based positions. ... all of the infrastructure that is being built for digital nomads, freelancers, entrepreneurs is totally part of the future…” ** PhoebeTickell ** “About the Future of Work –Today Seats2meet Magazine, May 2019
  8. 8. spaces, services and products monetary capital shared co-working & open collaboration social capital COWORKING @ SEATS2MEET.COM COWORKING IS A PERFECT ENABLERTO…..
  9. 9. (SEATS2MEET) PASSPORT
  10. 10. “How can we cultivate serendipity for ourselves and for others so to be able to navigate uncertainty? I believe that this will be the single most important life skill in life and work over the next decade.” ** Christian Busch ** “About the Future of Work –Today Seats2meet Magazine, April 2019 COWORKING & SERENDIPITY SERENDIPITY: the effect by which one accidentally stumbles upon something truly wonderful, especially while looking for something entirely unrelated.
  11. 11. S2M PLATFORM DATA & RESULTS Research* coworkers & Serendipity S2m Passport: -A new job -Invited for a new project -Started a new company: 2015 1 out of 6 2017 1 out of 4 * Erasmus University Rotterdam Q1 2019 Passport Check-ins 32.000 P2P Matches 72.000 100 Events 400 Matches 100 Magazine Articles 1600 Matches 100 Questions 1000 Answers (reach 35.000) 2018 Passport Check-ins 100.000 Fields of expertise 64.000 Knowledge tags 365.000 P2P Matches 225.000 Seats sold (x1000) 2017 2018 Social capital 70 80 Monetary capital 200 240
  12. 12. COWORKING ISAN ENABLER COWORKING is not about the venues, the hardware, the software, or the design. COWORKING is about the number and quality of serendipitous connections, opportunities & open collaboration.
  13. 13. Coworking asTraffic Generator. The Hotel Lobby as a local connectivity square
  14. 14. Coworking :Traffic Generating Social Impact. Story ofASR Bank & Insurance. Wants to be recognized as a Sustainable & Socially Connected Insurance Company, Employer & Investor… Q4 2018 +1000 CHECK-INS 6400 FIELDS OF EXPERTISE 2500 NEW CONNECTIONS
  15. 15. Coworking as an Innovation Engine: 1. S2M Cow ork ing Gate to the world and break out of your bubble. Coworkers Startups Freelancers .... 2. Connect Organise pitch events, to give a stage to your visitors and to get to know them. + Let your teams work in the same environment to start the dialoge. 3. Collaborat e 4. Grow InnovatePick and start relevant collaborations thatfityour corporate goals and needs. MVPTest Connection between intern employees & coworkers Local entrepreneurs Innovation traject 1. S2M Cow or k ing Gate to the world and break out of your bubble. Coworkers Startups Freelancers .... 2. Connect Organise pitch events, to give a stage to your visitors and to get to know them. + Let your teams work in the same environment to start the dialoge. 3. Collabor at e 4. Gr ow InnovatePick and start relevant collaborations thatfityour corporate goals and needs. Seat s2m eet f or innovat ions in your business MVPTest Connection between intern employees & coworkers Local entrepreneurs Innovation traject 50+ NEW PROJECTS PERYEAR Story ofAchmea-Lab55
  16. 16. Coworking as a Revenue Booster for Real Estate. Joint venture with Seats2meet.com 2000 m2 Rent per m2: 225 Euro  ‘Basic’ rent 100 Euro Revenue sharing with a coworking operator ‘Boosted’ rent per m2: 450 Euro
  17. 17. DATA SHARING, with permission of owner,WITH OTHER (LOCAL) NETWORKSCREATESAN ECO-SYSTEM: 9:00 AM : IN NEED OF TRANSPORTATION 1:00 PM : IN NEED OF LUNCH 5TH VISIT: READYTO HELP NEWBEES car-sharing program home take away food program introduction to ambassador program POTENTIAL EVENT ORGANIZER Seats2meet Meeting & Events BookingWizard presentation, language course, education platform STARTSA GROUP: OFFER TEAM BUILDING TOOLS, MATCH KNOWLEDGE, EXPERTS & STUFF… 10.00AM : SERENDIPITY MATCH CO-WORKERS COMMUNITY STIMULI & LIFE STYLE ACTIVITIES Seats2meet partners for teambuilding, content & stuff Jobs & project opportunitiesDating SEATS2MEET PASSPORT
  18. 18. FROM MARKETPLACES TO AN ECOSYSTEM OF MESH NETWORKS: AUTONOMOUS, DECENTRALIZED, INTERCONNECTED & INDIVIDUALIZED
  19. 19. *S2G FRAMEWORK by Joe Pine, April 2017 GENIUS SMART DUMB STUPID skills become power -ecosystem- goes well beyond original job gets the job done gets in the way S2G FRAMEWORK* PROGRESSION OF ECONOMICVALUE**
  20. 20. YOU LIVEWHEREYOUWORK ‘INHABITANTSARE MERE DATA PRODUCERS ANDARE MANAGED BY ALGORITMS. PUBLIC SPACE HASGONE’. VAN DEN HOFF, 2017 ‘TALENT,TOLERANCE,TECHNOLOGY’ FLORIDA, 2002 S2G FRAMEWORK* for cities ‘A SERENDIPITIOUS MULTIDIMENSIONAL PUBLIC SPACE WITH CULTURAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DIVERSITY’. OLMA, 2017 GENIUS CITY SMART CITY DUMB CITY CREATIVE CITY *S2G FRAMEWORK by Joe Pine, April 2017
  21. 21. PROGRESSION OF ECONOMICVALUE* INTHE INTERDEPENDENT ECONOMY OF SOCIETY30 *PINE & GILLMORE STRATEGIC HORIZONS

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