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Exploring the new spaces of entrepreneurship: an illustrated report of a learning expedition in Montreal

On May 15th, 2018, the Montreal’s RGCS (Research Group on Collaborative Spaces) chapter organized a learning expedition through coworking spaces and start-up incubators chosen for their diversity (technological and social entrepreneurship) and their location in the city, in order to... Continue Reading →


Academia in the Mirror of Street Art: Back to a Recent Walk in Paris

This was a rainy day. On June, 14th, an alternative academic network (RGCS ) has organized a great learning expedition about street art in the 13th district ("arrondissement") of Paris. This Open Walked Event-Based Experimentation (OWEE) was an opportunity to... Continue Reading →

Track about coworkers, hackers and makers, EGOS 2018 in Tallin

  The European Group on Organization Studies (EGOS) organizes an annual conference about organizations, organizing and society. The event is interdisciplinary and covers numerous intellectual and scientific debates about the dynamic of organizations and organizing. A sub-theme (convened by Janet... Continue Reading →

Art & coworking: opening event of RGCS Stockholm

We are pleased to share with you the program of our opening event which will take place in Stockholm on  June 13th: 9 am Visit at Transit Transit is both a site and a collaboration partner for freelance film... Continue Reading →

Walking the Talk, Talking the Place: Three Research Protocols for Learning Expeditions

Walking the talk, talking the place: Three research protocols for learning expeditions   Jeremy Aroles, Hélène Bussy-Socrate and François-Xavier de Vaujany   Managers, customers, citizens, entrepreneurs and researchers are being transformed into knowledge tourists but more rarely into ‘knowledge voyageurs’.... Continue Reading →

A learning expedition about street art: why?

  Back to an initial dream: walking together, collaborating together…   In September 2016, a small network of scholars and practitioners (RGCS) experimented a first learning expedition in Barcelona. This event gathered students, artists, designers and academics interested in the... Continue Reading →

New PhD: Boukje Cnossen ! \o/

On January 16th, Boukje Cnossen defended her PhD thesis at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management of Tilburg University, the Netherlands. !!!!! CONGRATULATIONS !!!! The main focus of her thesis concerned organizing practices between solo-entrepreneurs in the creative industries. The... Continue Reading →

1st RGCS OOSE” Organization and Organizing in the Sharing Economy” as an off of the 33rd EGOS

By Marie Hasbi (Université Paris II), Albane Grandazzi (Université Paris-Dauphine), Stéphanie Faure (Université Paris-Dauphine), François Delorme (Université Grenoble II, CERAG),Roser Pujadas (LSE) & Aurore Dandoy (Université Paris-Dauphine) Acknowledgements: We would like to express our great appreciation to the following persons... Continue Reading →

Enquête FNEGE 2018 “Nouvelles pratiques de travail”

  The FNEGE (Fondation Nationale pour l'Enseignement de la Gestion d'Entreprise) will launch in January 2018 a study about new work practices. It will be an opportunity to explore the relationships between the new world of work (e.g. collaborative entrepreneurship,... Continue Reading →

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