The paper aims to analyse a specific configuration of coworking space that emphasises the production of social value in the territory (resilient/welfare-oriented coworking). This kind of space represents the current evolution of coworking that recovers the original meaning of coworking space to promote social changes, questions the role of the physical space and brings to the fore its connections between the internal (space) and the external (territory).

(2021). Coworking space as a practised place between welfare working and managerial challenges [journal article - articolo]. In JOURNAL OF WORKPLACE LEARNING. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/170311

Coworking space as a practised place between welfare working and managerial challenges

Ivaldi, Silvia;Scaratti, Giuseppe
2021-01-01

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The paper aims to analyse a specific configuration of coworking space that emphasises the production of social value in the territory (resilient/welfare-oriented coworking). This kind of space represents the current evolution of coworking that recovers the original meaning of coworking space to promote social changes, questions the role of the physical space and brings to the fore its connections between the internal (space) and the external (territory).
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Ivaldi, Silvia; Galuppo, Laura; Calvanese, Eduardo; Scaratti, Giuseppe
(2021). Coworking space as a practised place between welfare working and managerial challenges [journal article - articolo]. In JOURNAL OF WORKPLACE LEARNING. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/170311
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