Living Coworking. El libro de Coworking de Manuel Zea | Coworking Spain Living Coworking, un manual imprescindible para los que quieran comprender el secreto del éxito de una corriente laboral imparable Manuel Zea Barral, director de Coworking Spain, aborda en este libro los aspectos que caracterizan al coworking como filosofía de trabajo, analizando su éxito y evolución. Madrid, 23 de abril de 2013.- Todavía son muchos los que creen que abrir un espacio y ofrecer puestos de trabajo en alquiler es suficiente para crear un centro de coworking. Y es que aunque cada vez se oye hablar más de esta corriente, su esencia aún se les escapa a la gran mayoría de profesionales y emprendedores. “Quería compartir mi experiencia en el entorno del coworking para tratar de dar una respuesta a las posibles dudas que surgen cuando uno desea formar parte de esta nueva corriente, ya sea como coworker o como responsable de un centro de coworking, y animar a los lectores a que apuesten por este nuevo esquema laboral”, explica Manuel Zea. Comprar
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KillerStartups - Where Internet Entrepreneurs Are The Stars "Disciplined Entrepreneurship" by Bill Aulet (Book Summary) Don’t have time to read? Here’s a quick but comprehensive summary of Bill Aulet’s “Disciplined Entrepreneurship: 24 Steps to a Successful Startup,” released on August 12. Who should read this: First-time and serial entrepreneurs who are looking for a solid product-market fit. Elevator pitch: This 24-step guide to product-market fit is based on a process that Aulet has been refining for years while teaching. Author: Aulet is the managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, which supports entrepreneurship education at MIT. Intro First off, entrepreneurship can be taught. This book will focus on innovation, which means taking an invention and commercializing it. The 24 steps address six key themes: Who is your customer? Step 0: Getting started There are three starting points for entrepreneurship: a technology, idea, or passion. Step 1: Market segmentation To segment your market, start by brainstorming possibilities. Step 2: Select a beachhead market Grade: A