By Sven Rahner,Ralf Nietmann
Sven Rahner wagt mit 18 Gesprächspartnern einen Blick in die Zukunft der Arbeit. Er hat die Architekten einer neuen Arbeitswelt getroffen, die beobachten, planen und gestalten, wie sich unsere Arbeit verändern wird: Vordenker aus dem In- und Ausland - wie Richard Sennett, Mercedes Bunz und Matthias Horx -, Praktiker - wie Thomas Sattelberger, Henning Kagermann und Detlef Wetzel - sowie Spitzenpolitiker aller Parteien stellen ihre Entwürfe der neuen Arbeitswelt vor. Der Wettbewerb um die besten Ideen ist eröffnet!
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