GCUC Blog

Uncategorized

by Troy Durst on April 3, 2013

Plato famously wrote, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” And because the 2008 financial crisis, many of us were driven out of economic and social necessity to (re)invent work for ourselves — and for those around us. Enter one such reinvention: the shared workspace concept. Today, the actual definition and cursory view of a coworking [...]

{ 0 comments }

by Lydia Snider on February 6, 2013

The minute a group of people share a space there is going to be the challenge of getting every one to follow the community norms that are necessary to keep that space clean and make sharing it pleasant.  That’s just a politically correct way of saying, “There’s always going to be some jerk who leaves [...]

{ 0 comments }

by Guest Blogger on January 16, 2013

Coworking by the numbers: 50% of all coworkers access their work space around the clock 71% report a boost in creativity since joining a coworking space 62% said their standard of work had improved in a coworking space Almost 90% of coworkers report an increase in self-confidence 70% of coworkers feel healthier than they did [...]

{ 0 comments }

Gretchen of NextSpace and she is headed to Austin, TX for GCUC. But is she ready? NextSpace is headed out en masse to GCUC this week – the Global Coworking Unconference.  (Oh you want a link?  http://www.austingcuc.com/) My husband is getting the carry-on out of the basement for me tomorrow, and the kids have been [...]

{ 0 comments }

Global Enterprise has build an expertise in the new organizational and innovation models triggered by social technologies and human relationships. We developed a systemic approach covering key modern shifts occuring in the fields of digital communication, cultural and individual values, open innovation, people empowerment, flexible working, business agility and creativity. Global Enterprise provides with consultancy, [...]

{ 0 comments }