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Porter la pédagogie hors les murs : une expérience en master de management

By François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL Quitter le cadre universitaire invite les étudiants à changer de posture (ici, des élèves de Paris-Dauphine dans les locaux de Startway). En octobre 2018, j’ai eu l’opportunité d’initier à Paris-Dauphine un... Continue Reading →

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A new chapter in Kaunas: the new European capital of culture?

Kaunas, the second largest Lithuania‘s city, which keeps the authentic spirit of the country‘s national character alive. The city is located at the confluence of the two largest Lithuanian rivers, surrounded by the hills and situated at the crossroads of... Continue Reading →

RGCS opens a chapter in Washington!

The Greater Washington (or Capital) region has a population in excess of 6 million people with a diversifying business presence and a gradually shrinking federal government presence. Five counties across the region are among the top ten counties in the... Continue Reading →

São Paulo: the capital of the state of Sao Paulo

São Paulo city, the largest metropolis in South America, is the home to over 12 million people and it is considered as the Latin America’s Silicon Valley, with a broad variety of start-ups, innovation hubs, a buzzing place of entrepreneurship,... Continue Reading →

The new Coworking Library is now online

By Johanna Voll   In January 2019 the Coworking Library announced a major update: You can now search the open interdisciplinary database by discipline, publication year, language, document type and/or keyword. It's a free resource that features all research that... Continue Reading →

What will work look like in 2030?

François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL; Amélie Bohas, Aix-Marseille Université ; Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte, IESEG School of Management; Julie Fabbri, EM Lyon et Sabine Carton, Université Grenoble Alpes Work is changing and so is society as a whole. Debates... Continue Reading →

Marcher l’histoire du travail : d’une porte à l’autre

Par François-Xavier de Vaujany   Dans le cadre d’une nouvelle conversation marchée du réseau RGCS, nous avons décidé d’explorer le passé du travail. Deux périodes étaient au cœur de l’événement (« Past of work 2018 ») organisé le 14 décembre : le... Continue Reading →

Opening event of our new chapter in Lille

Last Thursday (December, 6th) at 5.30, the Research Group on Collaborative Spaces (RGCS) organized the opening event of its new chapter in Lille. Around 15 people gathered at Mutualab (a coworking space) to talk about the landscape of collaborative spaces... Continue Reading →

Après les gilets jaunes : Les universitaires peuvent-ils être un corps intermédiaire ?

Par François-Xavier de Vaujany   Ce n’est pas un énième billet sur le mouvement des gilets jaunes, le pourquoi du comment, que je vais vous proposer ici. Je souhaite plutôt m’intéresser à celles et ceux qui en parlent. Oui, une... Continue Reading →

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