Mar 22, 2012|
The next big thing is “Open Innovation” and “Co-working Space.”
Open innovation involves every part of society—academics, locals, students—sharing ideas and creating a prototype for a response plan in case of future disasters.
Flow Working Space is an ideal place open to anyone who wants to have a fully-functional work space, like a real office space: desks, hi-speed internet, fax, meeting room or kitchen.
There are so many groups out there who have great ideas but they don’t have a proper space where they can develop it.
We already have this place. It’s called “The Sync.” It’s a shared work space that anyone can use with rent that start from as low as B450 per month.
This trend is really becoming big everywhere, from Europe to Australia.
We’re really tired of big organizations that have top-down styles of management. It makes them move slowly, as we saw during the floods.
Better to focus on creating working groups, what we call “crowd sourcing” to work on a certain missions like volunteering.