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Cómo comprar cortinas a prueba de ruido: 7 pasos. Creado por Oscar Avila.

Cómo comprar cortinas a prueba de ruido: 7 pasos

Magazine - oficina. Como os prometí hace unos días, cuando empecé a mostraros las oficinas de la agencia Langland aquí tenéis la segunda parte.

Magazine - oficina

El otro día os hablamos de la zona de trabajo propiamente dicha y de la recepción, hoy vamos a ir a las que podríamos llamar zonas comunes: La biblioteca Esta parte es la que más me llama la atención y la que más envidio, la biblioteca. Espacios para trabajar: lavandería y bar con un aire retro. En tiempos de crisis sin duda los que más triunfan son los que encuentran un nuevo modelo de negocio que se adapte a las necesidades de los clientes potenciales de la zona en la que se instala.

Espacios para trabajar: lavandería y bar con un aire retro

Por ejemplo en una ciudad o un barrio de estudiantes una buena propuesta puede ser la de una lavandería que al mismo tiempo funcione como bar y es así precisamente como surge Wasbar Gent. Magazine - oficina. 10 websites all entrepreneurs need to be active on. 3inShare Published on December 27, 2013 in Inspiration, Tools by Stephen Steinberg Unlike in the Field of Dreams, “if you build it, they will come” certainly does not pertain to gaining initial traction for your startup.

10 websites all entrepreneurs need to be active on

If anything, the complete opposite is true– you need to work insanely hard just to start acquiring your first few customers or followers, and then work even harder to grow those early followers into sustainable momentum. The holy grail for all businesses is gaining that initial momentum– but how? Building a successful business and growing a customer-base cannot be done in a vacuum– while traditional, unscalable marketing methods need to be the central part of any early startup’s growth strategy, using the internet to spur initial growth can be extremely effective if done correctly. 99 Sites That Every Professional Should Know About and Use. September is Professional Development Month at The Muse!

99 Sites That Every Professional Should Know About and Use

Check in all month for ways to boost your skills, get ahead at work, and be the best professional you can possibly be. With an endless number of sites, tools, and resources out there, how do you know what’s worth your time? Well, we know just how busy you are, so we did the legwork for you and found 99 websites that’ll add value to your life and your career, guaranteed. 20 Gifts for the Productivity Nerd in Your Life.

Here at 99U and Behance, we believe that organization is a key component in creative execution.

20 Gifts for the Productivity Nerd in Your Life

So, with that in mind, we assembled a holiday gift guide with an eye toward organizing and streamlining. Whether it’s wirelessly rocking your office playlist and your conference calls, storing your digital cables for travel, or finding a moment of zen in a bonsai forest, there should be something here for the design-savvy, creativity-happy nerd in your life.Full disclosure: We have included a few products from Behance’s own Creative’s Outfitter. Specifically designed to help creatives be more productive, we just didn’t think our list would be complete without them! Container Store Plug-In Charging Shelf ($14.99) Finally, a cure for the hazardous hanging iPhone cord! New Worker Magazine - coworking and collaborative community. Pop icon Taylor Swift took on Apple last week, authoring a poignant letter urging the tech giant to reconsider how they compensate artists, and Apple capitulated.

New Worker Magazine - coworking and collaborative community

But as with many headline achievements, certain questions linger about the durability and deeper meaning of surface-level successes. 10 Killer Apps for the Coworking Professional. This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.

10 Killer Apps for the Coworking Professional

Imaginative freelancers and open-minded collaborators come together each day to bounce ideas and innovate in coworking spaces. These shared offices rent desks to solo workers and tiny companies. Whether you're new to coworking or a veteran of the space, there are plenty of digital tools that can transform the work experience, whether that be by connecting with experts or better managing finances. We took a look at the tools coworkers and coworking spaces are using to maximize productivity. Here are the top 10. While there are tons of tools out there, Angel Kwiatkowski, founder of Cohere, believes the community is missing an overarching network for coworkers to connect.

New Social Network Is a Lot Like LinkedIn, Only Actually Useful. WeWork is red hot.

New Social Network Is a Lot Like LinkedIn, Only Actually Useful

Offering co-working spaces where startups and freelancers can feel like they’re part of something larger, it’s valued at $1.5 billion, and it’s on track to triple membership within the next 12 months. But it wants more. On Monday, the four-year-old company expanded its large and growing footprint even further with a new social network. It’s called WeWork Commons, and it could rival LinkedIn—except it might actually be useful. The goal is to bring the experience of working in WeWork’s physical offices to anyone, anywhere. According to Kakul Srivastava, WeWork’s chief product officer, the network isn’t just about launching a new line of business for WeWork. There are now 17.9 million so-called “solopreneurs” in the United States, according to the business services firm MBO Partners. How to create happy and sustainable workplaces? - open thread. “Now, are all you sitting comfortably?

How to create happy and sustainable workplaces? - open thread

Then let us begin”. Schoolmasters and storytellers know all about the importance of comfort. It’s the difference between a rapt audience and a frenzy of fidgeting. Businesses need to get smart, too. Common sense suggests that employees who work in a comfortable environment are likely to be happier, healthier and more productive. Empirical research lends weight to the case for comfort. So what can be done to improve comfort for office workers and do these measures connect to improved sustainability? Responsiveness represents another key factor.

¿Debe ser el trabajo una fuente de arte y felicidad? El escritor y diseñador William Morris reflexionó sobre la necesidad de dignificar el trabajo que había creado el sistema de producción masiva Por Mar Abad ( @marabad ) l capitalismo despreció la belleza desde sus inicios. No era un asunto de su incumbencia. Ni entonces ni ahora. La falacia de las open office.