Less is more if you want to be a minimalist, at anything. Same goes for work. But don’t put your office interior designer to work just yet, there’s no need … Continue reading How to be a minimalist at work
As long as there’s a future, there’s going to be a future of work. And as with any “future of”, we love to make predictions about it. Predicting the future … Continue reading The New World of Work. Is it really new?
What does your company stand for? Your core values are at the root of your company’s identity – they educate clients and potential customers about what your company is about. … Continue reading How explicit should you be about creating values in your company?
You can hardly have a working existence without frequently coming across the subject of “Purpose”. The one with the capital P. Whether you are a company (re-)shaping your brand or … Continue reading What’s “purpose”? Is it something we’re told that we’re meant to feel or can we really intensely feel it?
Soon, we can fully reopen our offices. Soon our only problem will be dealing with the 1,5 meter restrictions and how that will allow us to use the office space … Continue reading Offices opening back up full-time: How will we deal with it?
All is fair in love and the war for talent. So it seems, when you look at modern-day recruitment and headhunting. It should be no surprise: without attracting talent, there’s … Continue reading Attracting new talent: what does Gen-Z look for?
Last week, I watched the short Dutch graduation film by Max Baggerman “Als je later groot bent” [English: When you are a grown up]. Shot pre-corona, the film shows commuters … Continue reading Death to the office – long live the office!
From flexible desks in an old Ford garage at the Overtoom in Amsterdam to five professional office locations where companies can find a fitting space for their (growing) organizations. It … Continue reading ScaleHub Offices, FD Gazelle Award 2020