Difference between revisions of "How will the future workspace contribute to the economical direction and position of Europe?"
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One of the difficulties Europe is struggling with in order to keep up with worldwide economical developments is its monolithic structure. Because of the large amount of nations (and their representatives) involved in the decision and policy making process the timeframe involved is often rather lenghty. This creates a certain inflexbility that can not cope with fast changes elsewhere (especially in Asia). European companies however, apart of the legislation, are not bond to this same way of decision making. Arranging a future workspace in such a way that maximises the flexbility, mobility, and productivity of a single employee can provide guidance for the rest of Europe. Simply put: those adapt, survive. This can simply start with the workspace, by showing flexibility is key to survival and competitiveness a positive contribution to the European economy as a whole can be achieved.