Coworking Symposium 2021
15/04 @ 08:00 - 12:00
Coworking Symposium is a joint scholarly and industry half-day-long conference on coworking and flexible workspaces.
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Tackling various topics such as developmental aspects in the post-pandemic world, collaborative and networking perspectives, HRM and other contemporary topics, the symposium focuses on the most recent studies and practical developments of the coworking and the flexible workspace industry.
Following the successful first edition of the symposium that evolved around the HRM perspectives, the Coworking Symposium 2021 would knit its core to transform the coworking model and discuss the future perspectives that will emerge in the post-pandemic world.
While the last symposium had two modules – a scholarly and industry model – the new edition will focus solely on recent studies and findings that are relevant to the field of coworking and flexible office research.
The Coworking Symposium 2021 is admission-free and accessible to a broader audience. Because knowledge should be freely accessible. Hit that RSVP button and reserve your ticket.
Dr. Janet Merkel – Technical University Berlin
Topic: Coworking Spaces in Different Spatial Contexts: What We Know So Far
Ivanne Poussier – ADA Coworking
Topic: Woman-Purposed Coworking Spaces
Dr. Anita Füzi – Cardiff Metropolitan University
Topic: The Role of Coworking Spaces in the Future of Rural Digital Communities
Prof. Dr. Ignasi Capdevila – Paris School of Business
Topic: Building Communities through Coworking Spaces in Rural Areas
Prof. Dr. Ricarda Bouncken – University of Bayreuth
Topic: Permeability in Coworking Spaces
Dr. Chiara Tagliaro – Polytechnic University of Milan
Topic: Covid-19 Related Threats and Opportunities for Coworking Businesses
and Small Towns
Dr. Marko Orel – Prague University of Economics and Business
Topic: Workplace Autoethnography in the Context of Coworking Research
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Darja Reuschke – University of Southampton
Topic: Coworking outside of Coworking Spaces – Motivations and Practice
Dr. Carolina Bandinelli – University of Warwick
Topic: Production of Subjectivity in Coworking Spaces
Dr. Julian Waters-Lynch – RMIT University, Melbourne