Enterprise Coworking

It was recently announced that WeWork, the global coworking chain, has signed a deal to manage an entire office building for IBM in Manhattan. Up to 800 employees will work in the building, which WeWork will manage as a single shared office environment.  At first glance this looks like it is just an extension of Read More


Workplace Strategy: Coworking for compan...

Why/how does coworking work for company teams? Data demonstrate that engaged employees are more productive employees than their disengaged counterparts, and the data on employee engagement is abysmal.  According to a 2014 Gallup poll, less than one-third (31.5%) of U.S. workers were actively engaged in their work, meaning well over half of American employees were Read More


OpenWork Partner, David Walker, Featured...

While some may still aspire to work in a “corner office”, many others are embracing the Workplace of the Future. All over Houston, employers are redefining the term “office”. What are architects, interior designers, general contractors and project managers being asked to include in their future buildings and corporate campuses? And what will building owners Read More


OpenWork Partner, Drew Jones, Featured P...


Corporate Coworking: Mind Over Matter

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Future of Work with Drew Jones and David...

Drew Jones and @davidhwalker of @OpenWorkAgency explore the intersections between #coworking and the business world — ShareDesk (@ShareDesk) October 20, 2016


OpenWork attends EcoDistricts Summit in ...

Our experienced coworking leaders have worked with cities, economic development groups, and non-profits that want to better their communities through coworking and collaboration. The team comes from all over the US and can relate and develop plans for small towns that are struggling to keep young people to cities that need to capture the entrepreneurial Read More


Making the Connections: Coworking &...

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 WeWork is and will continue to face stiff competition Read More


Coworking Spaces are Going Corporate

Bloomberg BusinessWeek “Coworking Spaces are Going Corporate” By Patrick Clark, 2/19/2016 Corporate Coworking Program:


The Incredible Shrinking HQ

Crain’s Chicago Business “The Incredible Shrinking HQ” by Claire Bushey, 1/30/2016  


Join us @ GCUC in Los Angeles, May 3 ...

See you at @GCUCUSA in Los Angeles? May 3… We’ll be there! Use code OPENWORK for 10% off #FutureofWork #coworking — OpenWork (@OpenWorkAgency) March 28, 2016

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2016: The Year of Coworking (Inc Magazin...

Inc recently published an article showing why the work industry is embracing coworking. Some great insights. Inc Magazine “6 Reasons Why 2016 Will Be the Year of Co-Working” by Jeremy Goldman  

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