Category: Corporate Coworking
Corporate Coworking – Managing the Great Transition
Coworking began as a framework for freelancers and startups to gain access to a productive work environment. Fast forward ten years… Corporate firms look to embrace the coworking ethos in order to revitalize company culture and employee experience. Introducing Corporate Coworking – a framework for the ‘great transition.’ As a coworking workplace strategy firm, we […]
Coworking is for company employees, too.
Companies and employees have both begun to hear the buzz around coworking… And now there is a experimental methodology for companies interested in stepping into the coworking waters. OpenWork Agency has recently published an article outlining a program that helps company employers incorporate the coworking model into their existing workplace strategy. Read it here: Coworking for […]
Grassroots community, the Kansas City Startup Village, coworks in one of Sprint’s corporate creations – in an uncorporate collaboration.
The idea for the event came up when Erik Wullschleger, general manager of the Sprint Accelerator powered by Techstars, grabbed coffee with Marcus and fellow Kansas City Startup Village co-leader Adam Arredondo. “We have this really cool space and want to put it to work, so why not move KCSV for a day?” Wullschleger said. “Whether […]
Far Beyond the Cubicle
By Drew Jones On Thursday of last week I was fortunate enough to participate in a panel discussion about the future of work and corporate coworking at Workspring in Chicago. Using my new book, The Fifth Age of Work, as a jumping off point, we had a panel of some really amazing folks threading together […]
Guest Post: Thoughts on Corporate Coworking
The following is a guest post from Dennis Tardan, an outspoken and passionate member of the Conjunctured community. We’ve had conversations at length about the ideas inherent within our Corporate Coworking initiative and the dialogue has resonated so much with him that we invited him to share his thoughts here on the blog. Thank you Dennis! I […]