Published on July 23, 2014
40% OF US EMPLOYERS REPORT DIFFICULTY FILLING JOBS – MANPOWER GROUP, 2014 NOMATIK COWORKING Learn how pop-up coworking can connect you with top talent in your city. Conjunctured Consulting Group
Conjunctured is one of the most established coworking spaces in the world. Based in Austin, Texas, we grew out of the epicenter of the innovation economy. Our Nomatik Coworking brand is our way of bringing the community experience and talent of coworking to organizations in the US and throughout the world. About Conjunctured 2 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Nomatik Coworking is in your company. POP-UP COWORKING 3 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Coworking spaces are community workspaces, populated by freelancers, small businesses, and corporate telecommuters. New products, services, apps, business models and companies are born regularly in coworking spaces around the world. What is coworking? 4 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
The first coworking space opened in San Francisco in 2006. Today, there are over 4,000 spaces around the world. 5 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Coworking is not a fad. It is a new way of working! 6 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Nomatik introduces the coworking model to new industries. 7 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
The coworking infrastructure breathes new life into an old model by allowing static corporate offices to evolve into true hubs of dynamic, collaborative innovation. 8 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Coworking and Large Companies Many US companies have received the memo. Companies such as Zappos, AT&T, Sprint, State Farm Insurance, and Coca Cola have all built coworking spaces to try and spark greater collaboration, creativity, and innovation inside their firms. What is your firm doing to catch the wave? 9 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
40% OF THE US WORKFORCE WILL BE FREELANCERS BY 2020 – Bureau of Labor Statistics There are few platforms explicitly designed to connect freelancers with each other and with potential projects and/or employers. 10 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
What does Nomatik Coworking mean for your company? alentgapsolve your organizations’s 11 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Host a week of coworking. We seek corporate partners to host a select group of Nomatik members for pop-up coworking on your corporate campus. We call this a work-up, rather than a meet-up. 12 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
1 Curated access to Nomatik talent, who can be contacted for projects/jobs. • Front end web design • Software development • Interaction design • Graphic design • Social media strategy • Copy writing • Branding 2 Opportunity for your employees to work alongside and interact with Nomatik members in an open innovation environment. • Ideation • Outside-in collaboration • New concept development • Innovation • Opportunity to hire talent 3 A New Road to Recruitment • Hosting a Nomatik Coworking event brings top tier, curated talent to your doorstep. • We use the social mesh software, SerendipityMachine, to identify, connect with, and possibly work with, relevant talent. • Get to know them. Work together. 4 Experiment with Activity Based Work (ABW) and Corporate Coworking. • As companies around the world embrace ABW, hosting Nomatik will give you first- hand experience with a truly open and flexible work environment. • Monitor the KPI’s of corporate coworking as a culture transformation tool. The value of hosting a Nomatik work-up 13 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Our Process We use the SerendipityMachine from Seats2Meet (The Netherlands) to connect people and opportunity in physical spaces. 14 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Seats2Meet facilitates a dynamic environment where guests work together, meet each other, and share knowledge. 15 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
The SerendipityMachine is a social tool that helps guests make unexpected connections with other guests and with local coworkers. 16 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
1. Relevance of Nomatik talent 2. Number of projects sourced through Nomatik talent 3. Increase in employee engagement through interaction with Nomatik members 4. Measureable increase in innovation KPI’s of Pop-Up Coworking 17 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Andrew Jones, Ph.D Head of Consulting Andrew Jones, Ph.D is an organizational consultant, educator, and writer. He is a Lecturer of Management, Organizational Behavior, and Corporate Social Responsibility in the McCoy College of Business Administration at Texas State University, in San Marcos, TX. He has consulted with firms in the software, food and beverage, construction, advertising, sports management, coworking, and for-profit education industries. He has published three books- The Innovation Acid Test: Growth Through Design and Differentiation, Triarchy Press 2008, I’m Outta Here: How coworking is making the office obsolete, with Todd Sundsted and Tony Bacigalupo, NotanMBA Press 2009, and The Fifth Age of Work: How Companies can Re-design Work to be More Innovative in a Cloud Economy, Night Owls Press, November 2013. He is co-owner and partner at Conjunctured Coworking, in Austin, Texas. David H Walker Head of Operations David Walker creates environments that allow people to open and shine. David is a serial creator and entrepreneur. In 2007, he directly experienced the double-edged sword of solo entrepreneuriship, finding himself socially isolated and resorting to working from three coffee shops a day in order to meet his needs for inspiration and human connection. In 2008, having recognized the growing common need for stimulating, community- driven work environments, David launched Austin’s first coworking space, Conjunctured, which went on to be a cultural and market leader in a city of innovation. David speaks regularly at conferences and community events on the subject of coworking and offers his expertise through consulting with a passion for authentic expression, personal empowerment, and societal progress. Tony Bacigalupo Head of Community Tony Bacigalupo has been an active part of the coworking movement since 2007. He is cofounder and Mayor of New Work City, a coworking space in lower Manhattan, and has advised and worked with countless other communities in New York and around the world, most notably Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project and the Hive at 55. He’s the organizer of NYC’s largest coworking Meetup, Coworking Community NYC, with over 1,800 members. He has also organized or co-organized a number of events and educational programs, including BarCampNYC and TEDxNWC. He also co-authored I’m Outta Here: How coworking is making the office obsolete in 2009. He’s spoken at several conferences including SXSW, Maker Faire, and the Global Coworking Unconference Conference, the Coworking Europe Conference, and the Coworking Australia Conference. He’s currently focused on documenting and pursuing the development of interdependent work models. Team Pop-Up Coworking and Corporate Coworking methodology based on The Fifth Age of Work. 18 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
Thank you! get in touch with us: email@example.com Also, learn about our award-winning initiative, Nomatik Coworking: www.mixprize.org 19 | Nomatik Coworking by Conjunctured
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