Restaurant Business News: Workspace Entrepreneur Looking To Change Perceptions

October 26, 2017|Interviews

Freunde von Freunden recently sat down and chatted with co-workspace entrepreneur Ansgar Oberholz. If his name sounds familiar, it is with good reason. Oberholz is the co-founder of St. Oberholz located on Rosenthaler Platz – you know, the cafe on the corner full of Macbooks and hipsters with big dreams. What you may not know is that he is also the co-founder of the Institut für Neue Arbeit (Institute for New Work) and working as a mentor for small and large companies.

Oberholz’s goal is to get people to truly love the work they are doing. He feels that the goal is not to create some one-size-fits-all solution for the modern world of the millennial – a world where a foosball table in every start up office is supposed to represent a laid-back and fun environment akin to google. Rather, he is here to preach the concept that employees do not need to be micro-managed in order to be successful. The two megatrends in his line of thinking: decentralized work and simultaneous networking.  Check out the full post here.

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