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Tel.: 0231/ 58 680 785

Das sagen unsere Coworker

Rainer Weichbrodt

Ich bin im Work Inn, um diese flexible Arbeitswelt auch für mich zu nutzen und liebe die Vielfalt der Kontakte, die dort möglich sind.

Nicole Kipphardt

Als freiberufliche Grafik-Designerin ist es mir wichtig mich mit anderen austauschen zu können. In einer Atmosphäre wie dem Work Inn und mit meinen Coworkern habe ich diese Möglichkeit, genauso wie ich es früher mit meinen Arbeitskollegen hatte. Darüber hinaus ist das Büro eine willkommene Abwechslung zu den eigenen vier Wänden.

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Sharing Knowledge Increases It

Coworking Survey by Project Your Space
Data gathered among 217 coworkers (mainly from USA, GB, Germany) concerning their preferences and attitudes.
Top Level Research Data.pdf
PDF-Dokument [834.1 KB]

Helpful Texts About Coworking (and related aspects)

Barnes, S.-A. (2012) The differential impact of ICT on employees: narrative from a hi-tech organisation, New Technolgy, Work and Employment, 27(2), pp. 120-132.

Blok, M. M., Groenesteijn, L., Schelvis, R. and Vink, P. (2012) New ways of working: does flexibility in time and location of work change work behavior and affect business outcomes?, Work, pp. 5075-5080.

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Botsman, R. & Rogers, R. (2011) What's mine is yours. New York: Collins

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Curtis, J. and Janssen, R. (2011) Staying "In Sync" and "In Touch": Two Challenges for Mobile Workers, The Ergonomics Open Journal, Volume 4, p. 12.

DeGuzman, G. V. and Tang, A. I. (2011) Working in the "UnOffice". 1 ed. San Francisco: Night Owels Press.

deskmag (2011) Arbeiten Coworking Spaces profitabel?. [Online] Available at: http://www.deskmag.com/de/arbeiten-coworking-spaces-mit-gewinn-177 [Accessed 13 July 2013].

deskmag (2012) “2nd Annual Global Coworking Survey” (Online) Available from: https://www.deskwanted.com/static/Deskmag-Global-Coworking-Survey-slides-lowres.pdf [Accessed 20/07/2013].

deskmag (2012) 1st Results of the 3rd Global Coworking Survey. [Online] Available at: http://www.deskmag.com/en/1st-results-of-the-3rd-global-coworking-survey-2012 [Accessed 2 August 2013].

deskmag (2013) “First Results Of The 3rd Global Coworking Survey” (Online) Available from: http://de.slideshare.net/deskwanted/global-coworking-survey-2012?ref=http://blog.deskwanted.com/ [Accessed 18/06/13]

deskmag (2013) Coworking spaces: a new lease on life for historical architecture. [Online] Available at: http://www.deskmag.com/en/coworking-spaces-a-new-lease-on-life-for-historical-architecture [Accessed 17 August 2013].

deskmag (2013) Marketing Strategies To Grow Your Coworking Business! [Online] Available at: http://www.deskmag.com/en/8-marketing-strategies-to-grow-your-coworking-business-791/2 [Accessed 12 August 2013].

deskmag (2013) Coworking Spaces in long-term relationships. [Online] Available at: http://www.deskmag.com/en/coworking-spaces-veterans-long-term-841/2 [Accessed 7 August 2013].

deskmag, (2012) Deskwanted.com. [Online] Available at: https://www.deskwanted.com/static/Deskmag-Global-Coworking-Survey-slides-lowres.pdf [Accessed 2 August 2013].

Foertsch, C. (2013) 4.5 New Coworking Spaces Per Work Day.” In deskmag (Online) Available from:http://www.deskmag.com/en/2500-coworking-spaces-4-5-per-day-741 [Accessed 09/06/13]

Harmer, B. M. and Pauleen, D. J. (2012) Attitude, aptitude ability and autonomy: the emergence of 'offroaders`, a special class of nomadic worker, Behaviour and Information Technology, 31(5), pp. 439-451.

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Jimeno-Ingrum, D. (2007) “Employee communication and its relation to work creativity: The Role of Relational Demography in Egocentic Networks.” Phd. Thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Johns, T. and Gratton, L. (2013) The Third Wave Of Virtual Work, Harvard Business Review, February, pp. 66-73.

Johnson, S. (2010) Where Good Ideas Come From. The Natural History of Innovation. London: Penguin

Kwiatkowski, A. & Buczynski, B. (2011) Coworking: How Freelancers Escape the Coffee Shop and Tales of Community from Independents Around the World. Fort Collins: Cohere Coworking

Lamberton, P.C. & Rose, R. L. (2012) “When Is Ours Better Than Mine? A Framework for Understanding and Altering Participation in Commercial Sharing Systems.” In Journal of Marketing, 76, July 2012, pp. 109-125

Osnowitz, D. (02/2005) “Managing Time In Domestic Space. Home-Based Contractors and Household Work.” In Gender and Society, 19(1), pp. 83-103

Pohler, A. (22/08/2011) “Coworking 101: A new definition.” In deskmag (Online) Available from: http://www.deskmag.com/en/coworking-spaces-101-a-new-definition [Accessed 18/06/13]

Powell, W. W. and Snellman, K. (2004) The Knowledge Economy. Stanford: Stanford University.

Sayles, J., McClain, C., Skiena, K., and Evans, S. (2013) “CoworkingWiki. Building the Movement Together.” (Online) Available from: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583831/FrontPage[Accessed 09/06/13]

Spinuzzi, C. (13/09/12) “Working Alone Together: Coworking as Emergent Collaborative Activity.” In Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 26(4), pp. 399-439 (Online) Available from: http://jbt.sagepub.com/content/26/4/399 [Accessed 07/06/13]

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Thatchenkery, T. (2005) Appreciative Sharing of Knowledge. Leveraging Knowledge Management for Strategic Change. Ohio: Taos Institute Publiations

Umberson, D. & Montez, J.K. (2010) “Social Relationships and Health: A Flashpoint for Health Policy.” In Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2010, 51, pp. 54-66

Venezia, C., Alle, V. & Schwabe, O. (2008) “Designing productive space for mobile workers: Role insights form network analysis.” In Information Knowledge Systems Management, 7(1/2), p. 61-75

Vibewire (28/01/2012) “Best of Both Worlds: The Coworking Phenomenon” (Online) Available from: http://vibewire.org/co-working/ [Accessed 05/06/2013]

Von Mohl, I.-M. (2012) Coworking space betahaus. Eine Arbeitsplatzstruktur für Selbstständige und junge Unternehmer.[Coworking space betahaus. A workplace structure for freelancers and young entrepreneurs]. Saarbrücken: AV Akademikerverlag

Ward, C. (2013) Out of Office: work where you like & achieve more. London: Blue Dot World

Welch, J. (2012) “The Power Of Collaboration.” In Economic Development Journal, 11(4), pp. 36-41

Wheatley, D. (2012) Good to be home? Time-use and satisfaction levels among home-based teleworkers, New Technology, Work and Employment, 27(3), pp. 224-241.

Wheatley, D. (2012) Work-life balance, travel-to-work, and the dual career household, Personnel Review, 41(6), pp. 813-831.

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