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Coworkers, Makers and Hackers in the city : Reinventing policies, corporate strategies and citizenship ?

Amélie Bohas (1) , Annie Camus (2) , Ignasi Capdevilla (3) , Aurore Dandoy (4) , Julie Fabbri (5) , Anna Glaser (6) , Stephan Haefliger (7) , Pierre Laniray (8) , Anouk Mukherjee (4) , Fabrice Periac (9) , Caroline Scotto (10) , Viviane Sergi (2) , François-Xavier de Vaujany (4) , Valérie Andrade (11) , Stephen Andre (11) , Nina Barbier (11) , Alexandra Bernhardt (12) , Thomas Bargone-Fisette (2) , Maud Berthier (13) , Emmanuel Bertin (14) , Alexandre Blein (15) , Serge Bolidum (16) , Camille Bosqué (17) , Svenia Busson (11) , Hélène Bussy-Socrate (18) , Sabine Carton (7) , Jonathan Chaloux (11) , Caroline Alexandra Chapain (19) , Nicolas Dacher (20) , François Delorme (21) , Aurélien Denaes (11) , Aurélie Dudézert (8) , Philippe Eynaud (22) , Stéphanie Fargeot (4) , Ingrid Fasshauer (16) , Marie-Hélène Féron (11) , Emma France (11) , Olivier Germain (23) , Albane Grandazzi (4) , Wifak Guedanna (24) , Imad Haraoubia (7) , Martine Huyon (25) , Julien Jourdan (4) , Marie Hasbi (26) , Magda David Hercheui (27) , Andrea Jimenez Cisneros (28) , Pierre-Marie Langlois (11) , Alexandre Largier (29) , Pierre Lemonnier (30) , Maude Leonard (2) , Annelise Lepage (11) , Frédérique-Rose Maléfant (11) , Eliel Markman (4) , Hazel Marroquin (31) , Janet Merkel (32) , Sophie Mistral (11) , Nathalie Mitev (33) , Sarah Mokaddem (34) , Nuno Oliveira (35) , Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway (36) , Roser Pujadas (24) , Jules Scordel (37) , Lydia Tetyczka (38) , Julie Tixier (39) , Tukka Toivonen (40) , David Vallat (25) , Philippine Vidal (41) , Igor Vujic (41) , Yingqin Zheng (28)
1 AMU ECO - Aix-Marseille Université - Faculté d'économie et de gestion
2 UQAM - Université du Québec à Montréal = University of Québec in Montréal
3 PSB - Paris School of Business
4 Management & Organisation
5 EM - emlyon business school
6 NBS - Novancia Business School
7 UGA [2016-2019] - Université Grenoble Alpes [2016-2019]
8 IAE Poitiers - Institut d'Administration des Entreprises (IAE) - Poitiers
9 IPAG Business School
10 CGS i3 - Centre de Gestion Scientifique i3
11 Chercheur indépendant
12 Chemnitz University of Technology / Technische Universität Chemnitz
13 Mairie de Paris
14 Orange Labs [Paris]
15 LATTS - Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Sociétés
16 DRM - Dauphine Recherches en Management
17 UR2 - Université de Rennes 2
18 WBS - Warwick Business School
19 Centre for Urban and Regional Studies
20 ECE Paris
21 FEMTO-ST - Franche-Comté Électronique Mécanique, Thermique et Optique - Sciences et Technologies (UMR 6174)
22 LAB IAE Paris - Sorbonne
23 ESG - Ecole des Sciences de la Gestion
24 LSE - Department of Management - London School of Economics and Political Science
25 TRIANGLE - Triangle : action, discours, pensée politique et économique
26 UP2 - Université Panthéon-Assas
27 UCL School of Management
28 RHUL - Royal Holloway [University of London]
29 Société nationale des Chemins de Fer français - SNCF
30 CREDO - Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie
31 Cass Business School
32 City University London
33 King‘s College London
34 UBO - Université de Brest
35 Tilburg University [Tilburg]
36 UAB - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
37 Ecole Centrale Paris
38 Percolab
39 IRG - Institut de Recherche en Gestion
40 UCL - University College of London [London]
41 PSL - Université Paris sciences et lettres
Aurore Dandoy
Anna Glaser
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Anouk Mukherjee
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Fabrice Periac
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Caroline Scotto
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François-Xavier de Vaujany
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Maud Berthier
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Emmanuel Bertin
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Hélène Bussy-Socrate
Nicolas Dacher
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Philippe Eynaud
Ingrid Fasshauer
Julien Jourdan
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Nathalie Mitev
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Sarah Mokaddem
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Lydia Tetyczka
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Julie Tixier
Yingqin Zheng
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Abstract

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. We thus identify in this document a set of controversies around four strong political issues both for the city and the field of management, linked to the emergence of collaborative spaces: o Topic 1. Space, territories, and public policy on collaborative communities in the city; o Topic 2. Collaborative communities and their roles in education in the city; o Topic 3. Business models and their communication in the context of collaborative spaces and collaborative communities; o Topic 4. Collaborative spaces and their roles in innovation and entrepreneurial dynamics at the level of the city Beyond our controversies, we underline three paradoxes which should be at the heart of new questions for policy-makers, hacktivists, actors of collaborative movements, and citizens (distinctions which may become less and less relevant in the years to come): o Social versus economic orientations of both the city and the collaborative communities it can host; o Critical/revolutionary versus more incremental relationships between cities, organizations, societies, collaborative communities, and new work practices; o Local territory (district/proximate area) grounded versus broader city-oriented or connectivity related issues about collaborative movement and new work practices. To balance these tensions, we elaborate seven general areas of questions and propositions for all stakeholders: o The generalization of infra-organization (physical collaborative platforms); o The emergence of “ ‘inclusive lab’ labels” (elaborated and managed by collaborative communities themselves); o A renewed academic presence in the city and in the country-side (with more virtual, distributed and ‘experiential’ logics); o Ephemeral and mobile labs managed jointly by public, collaborative and private stakeholders; o “Open open” innovation in public and semi-public spaces of the city; o Rise of mega-spaces for creativity in the city; o Development of a global infrastructure for coworkers, mobile workers and teleworkers. These are directions we see as particularly promising to manage the tensions, paradoxes and stakes explicated by our controversies. We hope that these questions and propositions will inspire both academics, politicians, hacktivists and entrepreneurs for future collaborations on the study and joint transformation of public policies, corporate strategies, and citizenship.
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halshs-01426513 , version 1 (23-01-2017)

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Amélie Bohas, Annie Camus, Ignasi Capdevilla, Aurore Dandoy, Julie Fabbri, et al.. Coworkers, Makers and Hackers in the city : Reinventing policies, corporate strategies and citizenship ?. [Research Report] Research Group on Collaborative Spaces. 2016. ⟨halshs-01426513⟩
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