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The Technology is the Culture

Leaping Across the Chasm Over the past several weeks millions of Americans have been forced to use technologies in ways that they never knew they could. Zoom (and 'zoom calls') has become a household name in short order. Slack, the simple messaging platform, has also quickly leaped the chasm

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 he calls 'dignity at work.' Sayer was approaching the subject

Coworking and the Open Organization

Coworking and the Open Organization

Coworking is not that big a deal In some ways many of us make too big a deal about coworking. One could argue, as some do, that it is just a (different) place to work. Like just desks and chairs, punctuated by locally roasted coffee and

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

Are You Ready for Coworking?

Are You Ready? For the past four years we have been closely watching as more and more mainstream users have embraced coworking as a new way of working. What at first seemed like a fringe phenomenon that was suited primarily for freelancers and startups has grown to be

Coworking and Company Culture

Marc Andreessen once famously said that 'software is eating the world,' and that if your business can't be boiled down to a simple (software) solution it probably doesn't have much of a chance. Or at least, in his world of venture investing, if your startup