The working world
Digitizing and robotising derail our current way of working. We will eventually lose 80% of today’s jobs. Of course new, different, jobs will arise but not in the current quantity; ‘we’ are not essential anymore, ‘we’ make place for the automatic. We’re heading towards the 3-day workweek with ‘intellectual challenging and less monotone’ work. What will this progress mean for us?
The way we work
We will do less repetitive work. A need arises for places where we can share our knowledge, where you can meet and smell the energy, because of the activities that take place. The cell office will make place for the serviced office concept.
We’ll have more spare time; entertainment, sports, voluntary work and other leisure activities will take an important place, also on the work floor. Partly combined with the traditional work environment. The emergence of the so-called "third place".
The world we work in
By the end of this century, our world will have a population of over 11 billion people. The vast majority of this growth will come from emerging countries. Lots of cities have to accomodate a population that might quadruple within 75 years. They will have to deal with economic changes the likes of which the world has never seen before.
contributes to these developments not by looking at the short term but by acting on the mid term through it’s ventures and on the long term by investing in emerging economies. Based on an alternative algorithm and a footprint in business that goes back over a decade, Entweder has positioned itself in the solid position to permanently improve the way we work.