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An inside look at remote work & coworking in South Lake Tahoe

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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the world of remote work. News about the increase in work-from-home, work-from-anywhere, and remote work in general has dominated both business and mainstream news since. But what does “remote work” mean? And what does that trend look like in a mountain community like South Lake Tahoe? Here’s a look inside two of our local coworking communities, Cowork Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, and Untethered Workspace in Round Hill. 

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A New Entrepreneur Roundtable is launching in South Lake Tahoe

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A New Entrepreneur Roundtable is launching in South Lake Tahoe Oct. 10th‍SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – The first meeting of the new Tahoe Inc. Entrepreneur Roundtable series will take place Monday, October 10th, from 6 to 8 pm at Untethered Workspace in Round Hill. The series is free to attend. ‍Each month, local entrepreneurs and small business owners will have the opportunity to gather and connect in a peer-to-peer mentoring series held in partnership with local coworking spaces: Untethered and Cowork Tahoe.

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Welcome To The Distributed Age: How To Make Remote Work, Work

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In the latest edition of his book, author John O’Duinn provides guidance on how to successfully transition from the Information Age to the Distributed Age. ‘Distributed Teams: The Art and Practice of Working Together While Physically Apart’ teaches business leaders to be hyper focused on organization and operations. Jamie Orr provides key strategies from the book, including the ultimate takeaway: think big, but take relentless baby steps.

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Creating The Right Spaces For Your Post-Pandemic Workplace

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The open office may be a thing of the past: large, one-size-fits-all spaces certainly don’t fit all needs, and can negatively impact productivity. Buildings may be static, but people are dynamic, so physical design must account for the motion of people through the static space. Redesigning your space for activity-based working can improve the workplace experience by better meeting the needs of your people.

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