Learning for the future of work

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  1. 08/05/2018

    […] Entrepreneurship is presented in the paper as an enterprising self manifested in contributing and leading the organisation of social activities, networking and knowledge sharing events. Such activities are undertaken out of a sense of community expectations but also as a means of connecting with others and, potentially, develop new project and business opportunities. Hence learning to be enterprising in particular coworking spaces is an approach to reduce future uncertainty. As Butcher notes (p. 13) “such intentionality might be seen to be individualistic and in tension with the communal ethos of coworking”. So coworking spaces involve the performance of a networked interdependence often associated with knowledge work as I discuss here. […]

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