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Trust: Making it Work

In a much overlooked 2007 article, "Dignity at Work" (in the journal Organization), sociologist Andrew Sayer outlines the connections between employee autonomy, trust in employees, respect for their work, and being taken seriously as the foundations for what...

Activity Based Coworking

What's in a word? Or a phrase? Over the past thirty years companies of all stripes and sizes have embraced the concept of activity based working (ABW). ABW is a workplace strategy where employees do not have...

Hotel Coworking featured in Today’s Hotelier

OpenWork Founding Partner, Andrew Jones, recently published a guest article in Today's Hotelier. The article, discussing the growing trend of Hotel Coworking, opens the door to the opportunity of embracing the coworking model within the...

OpenWork dot Design

Over the past five years we have been helping asset owners and real estate developers with their various coworking projects. Some of these have been at the early stage, conducting feasibility assessments to get to a...

Is there a way back to coworking?

Over the past five years we at the OpenWork Agency have helped real estate developers and entrepreneurs around the world with their various "coworking" projects. I use quotes here because for anyone familiar with the original coworking...

The Two Disruptions of Corporate Coworking

Coworking Grows Up In a little over a decade coworking has grown from being a scrappy officing solution for freelancers and startups into a multibillion dollar industry with thousands of operators around the world.[1] Defined as ‘a multi-company campus...