The entrepreneurial future of the workplace

Birmingham Business School’s Endrit Kromidha and Matthew Thomas consider entrepreneurial work and the dangers of losing unplanned in-person exchanges

Business Graduates Association

In times of crisis and when the future is unknown, it becomes necessary and therefore easier for everyone to dare more. This article reflects on the rise of entrepreneurial work, digital platforms for doing more remotely. In doing so, it argues the hybrid future of the office that could shift from a space that encourages productivity to one that encourages unplanned social encounters for collaborative ideas and meaning, drawing implications for business graduates and managers.

Endrit Kromidha,
ISBE Vice President Policy and Practice

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