Maker Culture Design Features Blend Hi- and Lo-Tech

Maker culture has gained a foothold in business parlance, especially for some in the technology world, where innovation is the spark for the engine that will run the future of business for the long term. Some companies identify with the qualities of maker culture—learning by doing; entrepreneurial boldness and risk-taking; openness and sharing; building communities; creativity and thinking outside the box; passion for the work. These organizations favor environments that incorporate some of these concepts.

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