Coworking & the 3/30/300 Rule of Thumb

The lobby of Cowork Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Photo credit: Erin Ebright. Coworking & flexible office spaces are quickly becoming a permanent fixture in the global office space landscape. As more and more employees utilize these spaces, the gap between coworking & the traditional corporate office will continue to narrow. It is important… Continue reading Coworking & the 3/30/300 Rule of Thumb

The Coworking Value Proposition – Part 2 (Members)

In Part 1 of this Series on the Value Proposition of the Coworking Industry, I provided an overview of how an increase in the distributed workforce is driving change in the traditional office model. While many remote or distributed workers have depended on a home office or coffee shops to fulfill their workplace needs, these… Continue reading The Coworking Value Proposition – Part 2 (Members)

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for Coworking

Coworking spaces pride themselves on offering a great workspace and communities of peers to work around. Building and maintaining a thriving coworking community requires an understanding of what members need in order to be productive.  What is it that members of coworking spaces need? At the most basic level, a place to get work done.… Continue reading Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for Coworking