Is the success of co-working spaces throwing into question the traditional corporate offices as destination for work? Listen to Gemma John, anthropologist and founder of Human City, a spatial strategy consultancy based in London about what corporate offices can learn from co-working spaces.


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String Theory Schools: Redefining Urban Education

Jason Corosanite, co-founder and chief innovation officer of String Theory Schools, shares how their pedagogies challenge conventional assumptions and help kids discover what they love at an early age.

Inside 360: Designing for Innovation + Learning

The newest 360 Magazine explores how the workplace can enhance innovation and learning. Chris Congdon, 360 editor, shares insights behind the newest Innovation and Learning Center in Munich, how to support Agile teams and a materials science breakthrough in seating.

Why the Co-Creator of Scrum Bans Email

Dr. Jeff Sutherland, an original signatory of the Agile Manifesto and inventor and co-creator of Scrum, launched his first Scrum team in 1993. He explains why he bans email, why his team had to change its space, and why Agile and Scrum are still so popular today.

Five Lenses to Spot Great Ideas

David Kidder, CEO of consultancy Bionic as well as a serial entrepreneur, teaches large enterprises how to operationalize a growth mindset. Kidder talks about the “army of entrepreneurs” at Bionic and the five lenses he uses to spot great ideas.