Sub-theme 13: Co-workers, Hackers and Makers: Transforming and Making Visible Work Practices

Convenors:
Janet Merkel, City, University of London, United Kingdom
François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL, France
Stefan Häfliger, Cass Business School, City, University of London, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
New Communities: Transforming or Making Visible New Work Practices?
Chair: François-Xavier de Vaujany, Janet Merkel & Stefan Häfliger
Mélissa Boudes and Laëtitia Lethielleux
Time Shared Work: Gaining Legitimacy through Network Ambidexterity?
Camille Pfeffer and Isabelle Royer
Employees in coworking spaces: How work practices transform their expectations
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
Liquidity & New Work Practices
Chair: Stefan Häfliger
Maria Rita Micheli, Amanda Shantz, Mario Campana and Marta Gasparin
Fablabs and their temporary organisations: Practices for fluidity
Damien Richard, Fabrice Bardet, Bénédicte Branchet and Didier Chabanet
Corporate hacking and makestorming: Toward a New Public Management able to deal with the unexpected?
George Kuk and Stephanie Giamporcaro
Creative Ambivalence: A Multilevel Model of Competence, Warmth, and Mixed Emotions in Social Contribution
Anna Glaser, Julie Fabbri and François-Xavier de Vaujany
The Californian myth: New work practices in a liquid world
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 16:00 to 17:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
Urban Change & New Work Practices
Chair: Janet Merkel
Victor Cabral and Willem van Winden
The promise of coworking environments: A content analysis of the positioning of collaborative workspaces in Amsterdam
Sarah Cheah, Yuen Ping Ho and Celine Koh
Understanding the models of coworking space in Singapore
Mickael Peiro and Amélie Seignour
Alternative organizations and work practices - Prefiguring, substituting, occupying.
Mojdeh Mehrganrad and Stephen Woods
Engagement crossover in the workplace
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
Liminality and New Modes of Collaboration
Chair: François-Xavier de Vaujany
Amadou Lô and Pauline Fatien Diochon
Liminality and the (in)visibility of entrepreneurship: Unveiling an “in-between” process though the open collaborative space Le Square
Ghassan Yacoub
How do collaborative practices emerge in coworking spaces? Evidence from Fintech start-ups
Sarah Cheah and Yuen Ping Ho
Coworking: New work practice for opportunity recognition and exploitation and innovation
Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte
Paradoxical tensions between autonomy and control in coworking spaces: A Foucauldian approach
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
Collaborative Spaces and Sustainable Communities
Chair: Janet Merkel
Fabio Fonti and Simon Theresianto
Unmoored, yet unfazed: Coworking spaces as a key to understand how workers cope with unassigned workspaces
Tadashi Uda and Tomokazu Abe
Factors affecting community and sustainability: An empirical study on the management of coworking spaces
Suntje Schmidt, Oliver Ibert and Verena Brinks
Anchoring resilience in and through open creative labs in Amsterdam, Berlin and Detroit
Johanna Oehlmann, Alexander Hiller and Mollie Painter-Morland
The making of values: Exploring what motivates upcycling as sustainable work practice
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
Sociomateriality and Performativity of New Work Practices
Chair: Stefan Häfliger
Jean-Louis Magakian and Julien Malaurent
How to materialize the engagement of cognitive activities in third-places? Insights from material engagement theory
Emma Perriton
Sociomaterial practices in the open office The constitution of space and teams through the production of control
Jeremy Aroles and Pierre Laniray
When Austin meets Merleau-Ponty: Performativity & visibility in management practices
Jonni Roos and Perttu Salovaara
User-driven office design for collaborative practices of innovation. An empirical study
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-235
Hacking Work Spaces and New Work Practices: What have we learned?
Chair: Janet Merkel, François-Xavier de Vaujany & Stefan Häfliger