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Coworkers, makers and hackers in the city : Reinventing policies, corporate strategies and citizenship?


par Bohas, Amélie ; Camus, Annie ; Capdevilla, Ignasi ; Dandoy, Aurore ; Fabbri, Julie ; Glaser, Anna ; Haefliger, Stefan ; Laniray, Pierre ; Mukherjee, Anouk ; Périac, Fabrice ; Scotto, Caroline ; Sergi, Viviane ; de Vaujany, François-Xavier

Édité par RGCS, Research Group Collaborative Spaces 2016 - 49 p. - En anglais

Résumé

The world of work is changing. A century after moving from an agriculture-centered world to an Industrial one, from self-employed workers to salaried employees, our modern economies are slowly transitioning towards a new model: based on simultaneous collaboration and competition, the boundaries of contemporary organizations are blurring; information technologies are allowing individuals and companies to set base away from cities; shared working spaces are triggering new forms of collaborations between individuals and corporations. This White Paper aims at diagnosing key institutional tensions related to new work practices in the city, and putting forward questions and general propositions likely to overcome these tensions. The idea is to analyze how new collaborative communities and collaborative logics (of coworkers, hackers, makers, fabbers, and teleworkers) and more traditional collective activity and modes of decision making (of the city and corporations in the city) can jointly contribute to the co-production of harmonious new ways of life and new ways of working. Reinventing joint public policies, corporate strategies and citizenship appear here as a key stake where usual dichotomies between private-public, collaborative-non-collaborative economy, traditional citizens and hacktivists need to be overcome.



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