• New Work at Otto empowering employees

    Nothing has been left to chance at Otto GmbH & Co. KG’s co-working space in Bramfeld. The campus has food trucks, bicycles, soundproofing carpets, soft light and social areas. Stefanie Hirte, Head of Personnel Development and Marketing at Otto, has spent 25 years working in e-commerce companies and...

  • New Work at Facebook Hamburg: "Anything is possible."

    Although Facebook’s headquarters in Hamburg are slightly hard to find, everything fits the picture on discovery. The downtown location near Google, the breathtaking views of Hamburg, the open-plan office and the multinational technological atmosphere that reigns in the big four i.e. Google, Amazon...

  • Dropbox and the New Work-cupcake link

    Drew Houston, a U.S. computer science student was about to travel from Boston to New York in 2006. On his arrival at the bus station, both his USB stick and work were missing. Faced with this quandary and a four-hour bus journey, Houston began writing a programme to access his files online anytime...

  • Xing boosting transparency and culture of innovation

    Visitors to Xing SE’s headquarters in Hamburg’s Dammtorstrasse may quickly lose their way amid all the nooks and crannies in the building. This may reflect the career network’s soaring growth across the German-language region. “Everything began when we broke through to the next building,” said a...

  • NWX 2019: How will we be working in five, 10 or 15 years?

    New Work is the theme on everyone’s lips. Digitalization, skills shortage and cultural change are changing the world of work completely. New working concepts and leadership methods are needed, while at the same time flexibility and diversity are becoming increasingly important. This is how the New...