DeskMag.com is the international coworking magazine (coworking is one of the movements that inspires us, and many people call our place a “coworking space”).
I’m thrilled to see such an in-depth article on our Constitution and educational events. The article is: Helping Coworking Members Interact. By Anna Cashman of DeskMag. January 25th, 2012.
“Collective Agency” serves as an exceptional example to the coworking community. Indeed, the fact that members are citizens, able to vote on decisions affecting their workspace, delivers a sense of ownership and pride.”
Facebook comments on the article include:
Anni Roolf: “The model of Collective Agency is described in the second part of the story: A wonderful example of social & political phantasy in the coworking movement. Would love to see more advanced models like this.”
Willi Schroll: “A strong model in the diversifying cowo world –
“The success of Collective Agency lies in its founders’ commitment to uplifting the whole through democratic processes and educational enlightenment. Making the workshops obligatory, free, and open to all by a self-imposed law drives inter-coworker dialogue and advances personal knowledge.”
Leila País de Miranda ”A significant number of the people walking through their doors are small groups of non-members, working for free in a Jellyesque arrangement, like the citizens of a town can meet up for free in a local park to play football or a public library to do research.” I like that.
The article is: “Helping Coworking Members Interact.”
For other traditional press on “Collective Agency”, see our Press page. Twitter and Facebook have many comments from people about the experience of being here.