An empirical study of coworking performance
Submitted by Barnabe Geis on October 22, 2013 - 12:45pm
The attached paper is by Orly Weiser, a Ryerson MBA student who studied the impact of coworking spaces on culture/community building.
- Co-working sets conditions to build social capital (ie trust).
- Younger organizations are more likely to engage in community events.
- Organizations in the same industry do not end up competing against one another, but working together (collaboration).
- Size of the organization's existing social network affects active involvement in coworking space's social network.
It's a fascinating, in-depth read.
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