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Coworking Industry

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 1.0 movement, these projects are typically much less 'coworking' and

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 for companies of all sizes,’ coworking has established itself as

Company Culture in the Age of Coworking

In my current book project (tentatively called "After Corporate Culture"), I am trying to understand the long-term impact that fluid and mobile working is having on company culture. For quite some time, of course, many firms have allowed, either officially or unofficially, employees to work

Making the Connections: Coworking & CRE

In the July 13 issue of the Wall Street Journal, two articles sit side by side with no reference to one another. That they are presented as separate stories is both ironic and alarming. The first article, “WeWork’s Top Rival: Anyone and Everyone,” talks about how