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An empirical study of coworking performance

The attached paper is by Orly Weiser, a Ryerson MBA student who studied the impact of coworking spaces on culture/community building.

  1. Co-working sets conditions to build social capital (ie trust).
  2. Younger organizations are more likely to engage in community events.
  3. Organizations in the same industry do not end up competing against one another, but working together (collaboration).
  4. Size of the organization's existing social network affects active involvement in coworking space's social network.

It's a fascinating, in-depth read.


PreICIS_Weiser Turetken.pdf969.69 KB


trabajo colaborativo, coworking,coclick

thanks for the info, in Colombia we work a lot with this methodology

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