Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comThe Way We Work is Evolving
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com * Via Remy Cagnol; Brief History of the* Via Rem...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com * Via Remy Cagnol; Brief History of the* Via Rem...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com71 percent reported a boost increativity since jo...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comCoworking is a style of work that involvesCoworki...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comCoworking vs. Office SpaceCoworking isnascent and...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comEurope Leads Quantity; Asia in GrowthGermany, UK,...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comIndexed Global Demand for Coworking250% increasei...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comU.S. Demand is Hottest in AustinThough NYCleads i...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comYou mean... Telecommuting??Telecommuting, remote ...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comInevitable Evolution...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com“If you don’t live in the Silicon Valley, you mig...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comAdvancing The Future of Scienceand Technology Wor...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comCollaboration in the workspace - "Culture Code" b...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comThe global economy demands a style of work thatst...
Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comWhat does that look like?Interconnected work envi...
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The global economy demands a style of work that starts with connected, shared work environments and independent activity. Unlike in a typical local office or business, those in this economy are rarely employed by the same organization or found in the same place.

Such work environments must learn from our evolution of work spaces and the increasing demand for coworking; and therein, foster people who share values, and who are interested in the synergy that can happen when like-minded, talented people work together. Only then, with truly global collaboration enabled, can we innovate and scale new ventures at a rate never seen before.

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  1. 1. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comThe Way We Work is Evolving
  2. 2. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com * Via Remy Cagnol; Brief History of the* Via Remy Cagnol; Brief History of theWorkspaceWorkspace
  3. 3. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com * Via Remy Cagnol; Brief History of the* Via Remy Cagnol; Brief History of theWorkspaceWorkspace
  4. 4. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com71 percent reported a boost increativity since joining a sharedwork space and 62 percent reportedthat their standard of work hadimproved. Also 64 percent werebetter able to complete tasks ontime and 90 percent reported anincrease in self-confidencebecause they now worked in asupportive community.* Deskmags 3rdannual globalcoworking survey; Nov. 2012
  5. 5. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comCoworking is a style of work that involvesCoworking is a style of work that involves aashared working environment,shared working environment, often anoften anoffice, andoffice, and independent activityindependent activity. Unlike in a. Unlike in atypical office environment, those coworkingtypical office environment, those coworkingare usually not employed by the sameare usually not employed by the sameorganization.organization.Coworking enables a group of people whoCoworking enables a group of people whoare still working independently, but whoare still working independently, but whoshare valuesshare values, and who are, and who are interested ininterested inthe synergy that can happenthe synergy that can happen from workingfrom workingwith like-minded talented people in the samewith like-minded talented people in the samespacespace
  6. 6. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comCoworking vs. Office SpaceCoworking isnascent andrelativelyinsignificantbut only 30% ofthe U.S.workforceknowscoworkingIndexed demand for office spaceIndexed demand for coworking* Google Trends
  7. 7. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comEurope Leads Quantity; Asia in GrowthGermany, UK,Spain, andJapan lead inquantityoutside the USSpain,Australia,Netherlands,and Germanylead per capita* Via Anna Cashman; Deskmag, Nov* Via Anna Cashman; Deskmag, Nov20122012
  8. 8. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comIndexed Global Demand for Coworking250% increasein the numberof suchspaces from 2years ago* Google Trends
  9. 9. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comU.S. Demand is Hottest in AustinThough NYCleads inquantity,Austin leadsin demandper capita* Via Anna Cashman; Deskmag, Nov* Via Anna Cashman; Deskmag, Nov20122012
  10. 10. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comYou mean... Telecommuting??Telecommuting, remote work, or telework is a workarrangement in which employees do not commute to acentral place of work.Many telecommuters work from home, while others, work fromcoffee shops or other locations.Approximately "one in five workers around the globe,particularly employees in the Middle East, Latin America andAsia, telecommute frequently and nearly 10 percent workfrom home every day"* Reuters poll; Jan 24, 2012
  11. 11. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comInevitable Evolution...
  12. 12. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com
  13. 13. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com
  14. 14. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.com“If you don’t live in the Silicon Valley, you might not know why somany successful firms like Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Applestart or relocate here. The compelling reason is because of theenergy and the competition that exists when so many smart andinnovative people work and interact in a relatively small geographicspace... Obviously having so many great firms so close together alsocreates intense wars for talent but that one detrimental factor is morethan overcome by the positive value of the competition felt withemployees from other firms.The same can be said for the increased creativity that firms find bylocating in major arts and entertainment areas like New York Cityand Los Angeles. The same increase in innovation and idea-generating can occur using “corporate coworking” when youremployees are co-located with strangers from startups and othercorporations.”- Dr John SullivanProf. Talent Management at San Francisco State
  15. 15. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comAdvancing The Future of Scienceand Technology WorldwideHow Should Innovation Hubs andScience Parks Be WorkingTogether?
  16. 16. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comCollaboration in the workspace - "Culture Code" by Steelcase
  17. 17. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comThe global economy demands a style of work thatstarts with connected, shared work environmentsand independent activity. Unlike in a typical localoffice or business, those in this economy arerarely employed by the same organization orfound in the same place.Such work environments foster people who sharevalues, and who are interested in the synergy thatcan happen when like-minded, talented peoplework together.
  18. 18. Paul OBrien; Growth Architect@seobrien | 512-944-0007 | paul@seobrien.comWhat does that look like?Interconnected work environments fostering global,virtual coworkingOpen, accessible, exciting spaces that shine as the hubof science and technology in an local economyOnline tools and software to foster collaboration,innovation, and shared knowledgeEconomic embassies between “sister” cities whereAustins culture, ethic, businesses, and capital can befound in Dublin, and vice-versa

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